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ST. XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TEAM 
K.H.S.A.A. CHAMPION — 1981 







!^Mj^lid{ <iii« iiiif I '11^ > 1 i aiwi 

(Left to Right) Front Row: Paul Renn, Mgr., Brad Brian, Tony Birk, Bill Gray, Paul Kopp, Mgr. 
Second Row: Tony Feldkamp, Mgr., Tom Elpers,Todd Hauss, Craig Holmes, Mike Gruneisen, Greg 
Schaaf. Third Row: Jack Savage, Rusty Leonhardt, Ken Jackson, Don Hamilton, Bruce Johnston, 
Pat Ballard, Jim Ford. Fourth Row: Coach Dave Butler, Troy Schmeing. Joe Moore, Paul Goyette, 
Mike Dunagan, Marty Brown, David Bergamini, Coach Joe Bergamini. 



Member Of National Federation of State High School Associations 



Official Organ of the 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



AUGUST 1981 



FOOTBALL DISTRICTS AND REGIONS 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association set the football districts and regions 
for 1981 and 1982 as follows: 

CLASS A (0-425) - 47 SCHOOLS 
REGION I 
District 1 — 
Ballard Memorial, Fulton, Fulton County, Greenville, 
Murray, Russellville 
District 2 — 
Campbellsville, Caverna, Clinton County, Gamaliel, 
Metcalf County, Tompkinsville 
REGION II 
District 1 — 

Berea, Harrodsburg, Madison, Paris 
District 2 — 
Sub-District 1 - Eminence, Frankfort, Ky. Country Day 
Sub-District 2 - Carroll County, Owen County, Trimble 
County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Beechwood, Bellevue, Dayton, Ludlow 
District 2 — 
Fairview, Nicholas County, Raceland 
REGION IV 
District 1 — 
Sub-District 1 - Cumberland, Evarts, Harlan 
Sub-District 2 - Lone Jack, Lynn Camp, Pineville, 
Williamsburg 
District 2 — 
Sub-District 1 - Elkhorn City, Fleming Neon, Jenkins, 
Phelps, Virgie 

Sub-District 2 - Betsy Layne, Mullins, Paintsville, 
Pikeville, Wheelwright 

CLASS AA (426-625) - 47 SCHOOLS 
REGION I 
District 1 — 
Sub-District 1 - Caldwell County, Heath, Mayfield, Trigg 
County 

Sub-District 2 - Ft. Campbell, Hancock County, McLean 
County, Todd Central 
District 2 — 
Sub-District 1 - Allen County, Butler County, Glasgow, 
Warren East 

Sub-District 2- Adair County, Edmonson County, Green 
County, Hart County 

REGION II 
District 1 — 
Sub-District 1 - Bullitt East, Ft. Knox, LaRue County, 
West Hardin 

Sub-District 2 - Anderson County, Bardstown, Bourbon 
County, Washington County 
District 2 — 
Sub-District 1 - Bath County, Fleming County, Henry 
County, Mason County 

Sub-District 2 - East Carter, Lewis County, Rowan 
County, West Carter 

REGION III 
District 1 — 
Boyle County. Garrard County, Russell County, 
Somerset. Wayne County 
District 2 — 
Corbin, Middlesboro 

REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Hazard, Johns Creek, M.C. Napier, Whitesburg 
District 2 — 
Lawrence County, Morgan County, Prestonsburg 
CLASS AAA (626-1000) - 49 SCHOOLS 
REGION I 



District 1 — 

Calloway County, Crittenden County, Lone Oak, 

Reidland, Union County, Webster County 
District 2 — 

Barren County, Franklin-Simpson, Ohio County 
REGION II 
District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 - Breckinridge County, Elizabethtown, 

Meade County, North Bullitt 

Sub-District 2 - East Hardin, Grayson County. Taylor 

County 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 - Danville, Harrison County, Montgomery 

County 

Sub-District 2 - Franklin County, Scott County, Western 

Hills, Woodford County 

REGION III 
District 1 — 

Sub-District 1 - Conner, Covington Catholic, Lloyd 

Memorial, Simon Kenton 

Sub-District 2 - Highlands, Newport, Newport Catholic, 

Scott 
District 2 — 

Sub-District 1 - Bell County, James A. Cawood, Knox 

Central, Rockcastle County, Whitley County 

Sub-District 2 - Casey County, Estill County, Jassamlne 

County, Lincoln County, Mercer County 
REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Breathitt County, Clay County, Knott Central, Leslie 

County 
District 2 — 

Belfry, Johnson Central, Russell, Sheldon Clark 
STATE CLASS AAAA (1001-up) - 32 SCHOOLS 
REGION I 
District 1 — 

Bowling Green, Christian County, Hopkinsville, 

Marshall County, Paducah Tilghman, Warren Central 
District 2 — 

Apollo, Daviess County, Henderson County, 

Madisonville-North Hopkins, Owensboro, Owensboro 

Catholic 

REGION II 
District 1 — 

Bullitt Central, Marion County, Nelson County, North 

Hardin 
District 2 — 

Oldham County, Shelby County 
REGION III 
District 1 — 

Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Tates Creek 
District 2 — 

Clark County, Laurel County, Madison Central 
REGION IV 
District 1 — 

Boone County, Campbell County, Dixie Heights, 

Holmes 
District 2 — 

Boyd County, Greenup County, Paul G. Blazer 

JEFFERSON COUNTY CLASS AAAA - 28 SCHOOLS 
District 1 — 

Bishop David, Butler, Pleasure Ridge Park, Shawnee, 

Valley, Western 
District 2 — 

Atherton, DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Moore, Southern 
District 3 — 

Fern Creek. Iroquois, Male, Manual, Seneca, St. Xavier 
District 4 — 
Ballard, Central, Eastern, Jeffersontown, Trinity, 

Waggener 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIV — No. 1 



AUGUST, 1981 



$2.00 Per Year 



From the Commissioner's Office 

MINUTES OF THE BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at Kenlake 
State Park, Aurora, Kentucky, on Friday 
morning, July 24, 1981. The meeting was 
called to order by President Zeb Blankenship, 
at 9:00 A.M. Present were Board members 
Charles Black, Robie Harper, Alvis Johnson, 
J. D. Minnehan, Barney Thweatt, Fairce O. 
Woods; Commissioner Tom Mills, Assistant 
Commissioners Brigid DeVries, Louis Stout 
and Billy V. Wise. Conley Manning was present 
representing the State Department of 
Education. The invocation was given by J. D. 
Minnehan. 

Robie Harper moved, seconded by Walter 
Pickett, that the minutes of the April meeting 
be accepted. The motion passed unanimously. 

Charles Black made the motion to place in 
nomination J. D. Minnehan and Fairce O. 
Woods for President and Vice President 
respectively. Alvis Johnson seconded the 
motion and it passed unanimously. 

President Zeb Blankenship thanked the 
Board members for their cooperation and the 
efforts of the people he had worked with during 
his year as President. He then turned the 
meeting over to newly elected President J. D. 
Minnehan. 

President Minnehan presented plaques to 
the outgoing Board members, Zeb 
Blankenship and Barney Thweatt, expressing 
his appreciation for their service and 
contributions to the K.H.S.A.A. They accepted 
their plaques with words of thanks. 

Mr. Minnehan introduced the newly elected 
Board members: Prin. Robert Rogers, Ballard 
Memorial High School, representing Section 1: 
Prin. Eldon Davidson, Monticello High School, 
representing Section 6 

President Minnehan introduced Mr. Charles 
Carmony to the Board as he was present to 
appeal the eligibility case of his son. His son 
had been declared ineligible under By-Law 6, 
Transfer Rule. After Mr. Carmony's 
presentation and a lengthy discussion by the 
Board members, Walter Pickett moved, 
seconded by Alvis Johnson, that the decision 
of the Commissioner be upheld and that Mr. 
Carmony be informed that a situation of this 
kind should be handled at the local level. The 
motion carried unanimously. 



Commissioner Mills read the correspon- 
dence from Prin. Cletus Hubbs of Atherton 
High School and Mrs. Hammons concerning 
the eligibility of her son. Dirk. Following the 
presentation and a discussion by the Board, 
Fairce Woods moved, seconded by Charles 
Black, that the Commissioner's decision be 
upheld and that By-Law 5, Section 1, not be 
waived. The motion carried unanimously. 

Following the presentation of the 
correspondence by Mr. Millsfrom Mr. and Mrs. 
Harold Glenn Noble concerning their son 
transferring from Riverside Christian School to 
Jackson High School, Fairce Woods moved, 
seconded by Eldon Davidson, that no ruling be 
made at this time since the student has not as 
yet enrolled at Jackson High School and since 
the Commissioner has not received a request 
for a formal ruling in the case. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

President Minnehan introduced 
representatives from District 3 and 4; Prin. 
Ralph Colby, Mayfield; Supt. Jack Rose, 
Calloway County Schools; Prin. Jerry Ainley, 
Calloway County High School; Prin. Bob 
Miller, Marshall High School. Mr. Colby came 
before the Board requesting that Mayfield 
High School be moved from District 3 into 
District 4 in basketball. After a lengthy 
discussion by those in favor and those 
opposed to the re-alignment, Mr. Minnehan 
recommended that this request be referred to 
the Basketball Committee and in turn they 
should make a recommedation to the Board. 
Walter Pickett made a motion, seconded by 
Robie Harper, that the recommendation of J. 
D. Minnehan be approved. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

President Minnehan asked that the members 
who attended the National Federation Meeting 
in July to report to the Board on the sessions 
they attended. The Board heard from Zeb 
Blankenship, Walter Pickett and Alvis 
Johnson. J. D. Minnehan informed the Board 
that Commissioner Tom Mills had been 
selected to serve on the Board of Directors for 
the National Federation representing Section 
II. 

Mr. Mills presented to the Board copies of 
the material completed for the auditor and 
copies of the 1981-82 budget report. Following 
a discussion of the proposed budget, Charles 
Black moved, seconded by Walter Pickett, that 
the budget and audit report be approved. 
The motion carried unanimously. 



Page Two 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST 1981 



AUGUST, 1981 Vol.XLIV, No.1 

Published monthly, except June andJuly, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926 Publication No. 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President J. D, Minnehan (1978-1982) LaGrange 

Vice-President Fairce O. Woods (1979-1983) Flemingsburg 

Directors Charles D Blacl( (1980-1984) 

Barbourville; John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead; Whaylon 

Coleman (1980-1984) Owensboro; Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) 

Monticello, Robie Harper, Jr. (1979-1983) Drakesboro, Alvis 

Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg; Robert L. Rogers (1981-1985) 

Barlow; Conley Manning, State Department of Education 

representative. 

Subscription Rate $2 00 per year 



MINUTES (con't) 



President Minnehan appointed the following 
committees: 

Basketball Committee — Chairman J. D, 
Minnehan, Vice Chairman Robie Harper, 
Fairce Woods, Charles Black, Eldon Davidson 

Football Committee — Chairman Fairce 
Woods, Vice Chairman Whaylon Coleman, 
Alvis Johnson, John Brock, Bob Rogers 

All-Sports Committee — Chairman Alvis 
Johnson, Robie Harper, Whaylon Coleman, 
Bob Rogers, Walter Pickett 

Trophy Committee — Chairman Alvis 
Johnson, Vice Chairman Eldon Davidson, 
Walter Pickett, Brigid DeVries, Billy Wise 

Staff Committee — Chairman J. D. 
Minnehan, Vice Chairman John Brock, Robie 
Harper, Charles Black, Eldon Davidson 

Retirement Committee — Chairman 
Whaylon Coleman, Vice Chairman John 
Brock, Charles Black, Eldon Davidson, Bob 
Rogers 

East Eligibility Committee — Chairman 
Charles D. Black, Vice Chairman John Brock, 
Alvis Johnson, Eldon Davidson, Fairce Woods 

West Eligibility Committee — Chairman 
Robie Harper, Vice Chairman J.D. Minnehan, 
Bob Rogers, Walter Pickett, Whaylon Coleman 

Mr. Minnehan reported that he had named 
Brigid DeVries and Louis Stout on the All- 
Sports Committee as Advisory members. 



Fairce Woods gave a report of the Football 
Committee recommending that the K.H.S.A.A. 
retain the four class system in football. Alvis 
Johnson moved, seconded by Charles Black, 
that the Board accept the recommendation of 
the Football Committee. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

J. D. Minnehan gave a report on the 
recommendations of the Staff Committee. He 
stated that it was the recommendation of the 
Staff Committee that since the members of the 
executive staff of the Board of Control are now 
covered under the teachers' retirement plan 
and not social security that the Board make 
contributions to the teachers' retirement 
system on behalf of the executive staff 
members in lieu of the contributions 
previously made to the social security system. 
Following a discussion, Fairce Woods made 
the motion that the recommendation be 
approved retroactive to July 1, 1981. Walter 
Pickett seconded the motion and it passed 
unanimously. 

Upon recommendation of the Staff 
Committee Fairce Woods moved, seconded by 
Walter Pickett, that the mileage allowance for 
the Commissioner, Assistant Commissioners 
and members of the Board of Control be set at 
25<t; per mile, retroactive to July 1, 1981. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

After a lengthy discussion on the 
recommendations of the Staff Committee 
concerning per diem, Eldon Davidson moved, 
seconded by Alvis Johnson, that the Board 
approve $25.00 per day in-state and $35.00 per 
day out-of-state to be retroactive to July 1, 
1981. The motion passed unanimously. 

The Staff Committee proposed that a car be 
leased forthe use of theCommissionerand his 
staff. After a lengthy discussion Fairce Woods 
moved that the Board table the motion to lease 
a car until further study of leasing cars, price, 
etc., be studied by the Staff Committee. Bob 
Rogers seconded the motion and it passed by a 
vote of 5-2. 

Commissioner Mills read a letter from 
Kentucky Country Day School requesting that 
a survey be taken of all the K.H.S.A.A. member 
schools to determine if Soccer should be a 
spring or fall sport. After a discussion Charles 
Black moved, seconded by Walter Pickett, that 
the request for a soccer survey be referred to 
the All-Sports Committee. The motion carried 
unanimously. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST 1981 



Page Three 



Commissioner Mills read a letter from the 
U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil 
Rights, Washington D.C. concerning the 
compliance of the SEA and the K.H.S.A.A. with 
Title IX. The Department ruled that the 
K.H.S.A.A. has complied with the guidelines 
set forth by Title IX. 

Discussion on forfeited contracts - LaRue 
County/Marion County and Pikeville/Morgan 
County. Board suggested they resolve their 
problems by October 1, 1981, or 
representatives from each school appear 
before the Board during the October meeting 
to review the cases. 

Brigid DeVries reported that the Track 
Committee wished to recommend to the Board 
that the two-mile run be included in the events 
for the girls' track meet beginning with the 
1982 track season. Eldon Davidson moved that 
the recommendation of the Track Committee 
be approved. The motion was seconded by 



Walter Pickett and passed by a vote of 6-1. 

Mr. Walter Pickett informed the Board with 
great regret that he would have to resign his 
position on the Board of Control as he is 
retiring this year. The Board accepted Mr. 
Pickett's resignation with regret and instructed 
the Commissioner to fill the position under the 
provisions of Article IV, Section 2, Procedures 
of Election. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control 
was scheduled for October 10, at the 
K.H.S.A.A. Building, Lexington, at 9:00 A.M. 

Charles Black moved, seconded by Fairce 
Woods, that all bills for the Association for the 
period beginning April 1, 1981, and ending 
June 30, 1981 , be allowed. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

Alvis Johnson moved, seconded by Bob 
Rogers, that the meeting adjourn. The motion 
carried unanimously. 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL STATE BASEBALL TOURNAMENT 
Fort Knox, Kentucky 
May 28 - 29, 1981 



Madison Central 


7 


Somerset 









10 




Somerset 


St Xavier 


5 






5 


St. Xavier 


Owensboro 






14 




St. Xavier 









TOURNAMENT OFFICIALS 
Lester Lynch, Elizabethtown 

Vic Travis, Lexington 

Phil Burkeen, Bowling Green 

Charles Joseph, Radcliff 



1981 STATE FENCING 
CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS 



The K.H.S.A.A. Fencing Tournament was 
held at Atherton High School, Louisville, on 
April 4, 1981. Oneida Baptist Institute again 
placed first in the team's finish of the Boys' 
Fencing Championship with Fort Knox placing 
first in the Girls' Championship. 

Following are the Results: 

BOYS DIVISION 

Team Results: 1 . Oneida Baptist Institute, 33; 
2. Male, 12; 3. Jessamine County, 11; 4. Fort 
Knox, 9; 5. St, Xavier, Kentucky Country Day, 
St. Francis, Ballard, Seneca, 0. 
INDIVIDUAL RESULTS: 

Epee Division — 1. Paul Chambers, 2. 



Anthony Womack, 3. Hans Waber, 4. Fred 
Currie 

Sabre Division — 1. Tim Hensley, 2. Mike 
Chambers, 3. Paul Chambers, 4. Rick Bennett 

Foil Division — 1. Hans Waber, 2. Anthony 
Womack, 3. Pat Borden, 4. Tim Hensley, 5. Paul 
Chambers, 6. Andy Schaeter 

GIRLS DIVISION 

Team Results: 1. Fort Knox, 34; 2. Oneida 
Baptist Institute, 11; 3, Sacred Heart, Seneca, 
Male, 
INDIVIDUAL RESULTS: 

Foil Division — 1. Justine Dishart, 2. Alice 
Blount, 3. Merlynne Coy, 4. Sandra Ruby, 5. 
Carol Combs, Roya Shalchi, SVs 



Page Four 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST 1981 



KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASS'N 

JULY 1, 1980 — JUNE 30, 1981 

STATEMENT OF 

RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 

(These figures have been certified and we have 
a report on file in our office.) 
RECEIPTS: 

Balance on hand beginning ot year $34,483 88 

Revenue from Membersriip Fees 

Member Schools S18.11500 

Officials 44,787 50 

Sales of Publication 

Rule books. Directory, Magazine 1 ,886 82 

Boys' State Basketball Tournament Program 5,143 46 

Girls' State Basketball Tournament Program 892 00 

Advertising Fees 

Directory 1,000 00 

lylagazine 1 ,900 00 

Other 1,200 00 

Grants 

Kentucky Coaches Association 1,500 00 

Interest 

Earn, from Invest, Sav, Acc'ts & Cert, of Dep 23,100 43 

State Tournaments 

Boys' State Basketball Tournament 395,649 12 

Girls State Basketban Tournament 60,428 81 

Baseball 2,614 10 

Cross Country 2,250 00 

Football 43.650,80 

Gymnastics 534 00 

Swimming 815 00 

Track 4,540 90 

Wrestling 8,018,50 

Other Tournament Receipts 1 0,085 00 

Other 212,040 45 

840,151 89 
$874,63577 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

Salaries 

Commissioner 522,850 56 

Assistant Commissioners 47,956 67 

Clerks & Stenographers 23,475,06 

Legal Services 1 2.490 99 

Board of Control Per Diem 20,862 22 

Contractual Services 

Audit 1 ,200 00 

Film Rental 152 00 

Other Expenses 

Clinics lor Registered Officials 6,180 25 

Administrative Travel 11,277 23 

Postage 8,470 40 

Printing 28,018 54 

Purchase of Publications 16,768 69 

National Federation Dues 286 93 

Office Supplies 5,809 78 

Expenses for Conducting State Playoffs 

Baseball 6,227 76 

Cross Country 11 ,548 35 

Fencing 249,14 

Football 27,581 ,95 

Golf ,- 8,126 42 

Gymnastics 2,568 36 

Rifle fularksmanship 816 44 

Soccer 4,324 66 

Swimming 7,105,64 

Tennis 7.255 14 

Track 33,031 ,41 

Volleyball 9,022,98 

Wrestling 9,072,04 

Total for Administration 332,729,61 

OPERATION OF PLANT 
Salaries 

Custodial 2.915,53 

Utilities & Supplies 

Utilities 8,571 ,96 

Telephone & Telegraph 6,728,15 

Custodial Supplies 714,86 

Other 327,47 

fyiaintenance of Plant, Contractual Services 

Building and Grounds 1,363 54 

Equipment 1,988 00 

Other 2,204 10 

Replacement of Equipment 

Equipment 3,756 1 5 

Total for Operation of Plant 28.569 76 



FIXED CHARGES 
Contributions 

Social Security 

Teachers' Retirement 

Athletic Directors Association 

Kentucky Unemployment Insurance Fund . . . 

Kentucky Sales Tax 

Other 

Property 

Employees Insurance 

Catastrophic Insurance 

Liability Insurance - Board of Control & Staff 

Liability Insurance - Registered Officials 

Other 

Contingencies 



. 7.023.52 
20.768.28 
... 300.00 
... 881.47 
. 2.647,86 
34,649.19 



.... 855.00 
.. 9,051.34 
. 17,400.00 
. 11.978.00 
.. 2.000,00 
, , , , 600.00 
370.264.00 



Total for Fixed Charges 
Total Current Expenses 

Total Receipts 

Total Disbursements , , , 



. 478.418.65 
S839.7 18.02 

. 874.635 77 
. 839.718 02 



No 


1238 


No 


1270 


No 


1280 


No 


1292 


No 


1299 



Cash Balance 

BANK RECONCILEMENT: 

Balance per bank statement June 30. 1981 

Less Outstanding Checks 

No 1064 10 00 

No 1814 5200 

No 1873 103.25 

No 1756 1500 

No 1338 32 40 

No 1395 95 28 

No 305 25 50 

No 620 25 80 

No 1009 109 80 

No 1061 92,40 

No 1202 7 50 

10 00 

55 60 

15 20 

11 60 

120 00 

No 1302 38 00 

No 1304 40 60 

No 1319 37 20 

No 1 320 50 40 

No 1334 54 00 

No 1337 56 40 

No 1353 11 20 

No 1357 32,80 

No 1378 34 00 

No 1384 35 60 

No 1392 38 00 

No 1 407 48 60 

No 1408 129 60 

No 1409 431 20 

No 1410 32 40 

No 1411 48 60 

No 1417 32 40 

No 1 423 30,80 

No 1424 34 00 

No 1426 162 00 

No 1434 16 00 

No 1436 59 20 

No 1440 97 20 

No 1442 81 00 

No 1445 54 40 

No 1 450 44 00 

No 1451 8 00 

No 1454 



97 20 

No 1455 207 20 

No 1460 277 20 

No 1461 201 60 

No 1 464 97 20 

No 1467 10200 

No 1468 77 00 

No 1472 32 40 

No 1473 32 40 

No 1476 81 60 

No 1479 32 40 

No 1484 32 40 

No 1498 34 00 

No 1499 156 00 

No 1503 68 00 

No 1507 84 00 

No 1506 51 00 

No 1512 56 40 

No 1519 51 00 

No 1521 1440 

No 1529 34 00 

No 1552 340 73 

No 1556 52 45 

No 1559 145 80 



S34,t 



■ 75 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST 1981 



Page Five 



No 1563 142,20 

No, 1564 134,80 

No, 1572 434,18 

No, 1575 500.00 



1981 BOYS' STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
RECEIPTS: 

Balance/Checking account July 1. 1981 $300 

Ticket Sales 451 ,532,1 1 

Postage 587.43 

Advance-transportation 3.000 00 

Radio Fees 10,810,00 

Program Sales 5,143 46 

Redeposits 220 GO 

Refund 160,00 

Interest - Checkmatic acc't i ,584 70 473,137 



DISBURSEMENTS: 



Trophies 1 , 

Postage 

Incidental expense-Terms 14, 

Transportation 1 , 

Lodging 7, 

fvleals 14. 

Coliseum Rental & additional fees 3, 

Officials' Fees & expenses 2, 

Scorers & Timers 

Ticket Sellers, Takers & Guards 5, 

Public Address Announcers 

Films 

Towel Service 

Hon & expenses-Ass't Tour Mgrs 

Bad chieck 



536.63 
480.80 
495.45 
868.50 
686.20 
191,07 
479,25 
515.00 
122.10 
962.50 
8800 



Transfer of Funds 



Total Receipts S473.437 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Printing 

Trophies and Awards , , . 



Postage 87 1 5 

Refunds 390 00 

Incidental expenses - Teams 14.000 00 

Transportation 5.021 25 

Transfer - Girls' account 10.000.00 

Lodging 10,738.95 

Meals 15,097 20 

Officials' Fees & expenses 4.905 45 

Scorers & Timers 1.596 25 

Shot Chart Keepers & Statistician 1 .477 85 

Ticket Sellers. Takers & Guards 1 ,1 1 1 20 

Public Address Announcers 808 20 

Towel Service 366 59 

Hon & exp - Ass't Tour Mgrs 5.120 70 

Hospitality Room - expenses 371 55 

Bad Checks 220 00 



K H S A A as t( 
True Bank Bale 



$74,180.89 was deducted frc 
following itemized expense: 



ansterred to 

!ipt5 400, 792 58 



■ipts at Lexington Center lo 



S26.238 25 



■ Rent; 



Bond taxes 

Lexington Center I 

($16,000 plus 15% of gross receipts) 47,025 69 

Credit Card Discount 24 45 

First Aid 892 50 



1981 GIRLS' STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 



Transfer of Funds-Amount Tranferred to 

K H S A A as Tournament Receipts 561,320 81 



-June 30, 1981 



1980-81 K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT TRUST FUND 
RECEIPTS: 



Balance/Che 
Interest/'Sav 



ung account July 1, 1981 S9.668 39 

gs Certificates 8,803.87 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Retirement Payments 



K.H.S.A.A. ASSETS: 

Cash Balance - 1st Security Natl Bank & Trust 
Certificate of Deposits - 1st Security Bank . , . , 
Repurchase Agreement-American Bank and Tri 



534,917 75 

356,018 26 

1 Co 60,000 00 



Total Funds on Hand, June 30, 1981 5450,936 01 

Estimated Value of KHS A A Building and Equipment 480,53349 

Total K H S A A Assets S931 ,469 50 



RECEIPTS: 

Balance/checking account July. 1980 $150 00 

Ticket Sales 103,65150 

Postage 20,15 

Transferred/Boys Basketball account 10.000 00 

Radio Fees 1,525 00 

Program Sales 892 00 116.088 65 

Total Receipts $1 16.238 65 Total Retirement Fund Assets 



K.H.S.A.A. RETIREMENT TRUST FUND ASSETS: 

Cash Balance - 1st Security Bank & Trust Co S13.792 02 

Savings Certilicale ■ 1st Security Bank 75,000.00 

S88.792 02 



Page Six 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST 1981 



FORT CAMPBELL HIGH SCHOOL — CLASS A GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky — May 23, 1981 




(Lett to Right) Front Row: Charmaine Vassar, Debra McLemore, Angle Hutton, Cathy Hogan, Caria Tademy. Second 
Row: Rosalind Norvell, Cindy Bynes, Tina Smith, Lisa Thompson, Kity Davidson, Maggie Marin. 



300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1. Tademy. CarIa: Ft. Campbell 

2 Slander. Peggy. Ludlow 

3 Parr. Stephanie, Bellevue 

4 Fisher. Bambi; Raceland 

5 Gay. CarIa: Madison 



100 Meter Low Hurdles 

1. Fisher. Bambi: Raceland 15 19 

2 Tademy. CarIa: Rt Campbell 15 24 

3 Vasser. Charmaine. Ft Campbell 15,92 

4 Reihemann. Doris: St Henry 16 09 
5. Slander. Peggy; Ludlow 16 30 

100 Meter Dash 

1 Ballew. Verna: Madison 1269 

2. Rose, Joyce: Campbellsville 12.89 

3. Barlow. Valence: Butler Co 12.94 

4 McLemore. Debra: Ft Campbell 13 04 

5 Yeasl. Jada: Harrodsburg 13.08 

200 Meter Dash 

1 Thompson. Melissa: Trigg Co. 26.07 

2 Hendnx. Roma: Trigg Co 26.34 

3. Murphy. Maria: Anderson Co 26.35 

4. Smith, Francine: Pans 26 72 

5. Miller, Lea: Bath Co 26 80 

400 Meter Dash 

Hogan, Cathy: Ft. Campbell :59 00 

McLemore. Debra; Ft Campbell ;59 60 

Whitton. Julie: St Henry 1:00,22 

Sullivan. Katy; Franl^fort 1:0123 

Sotte. Margot; Berea 1:03 74 

800 Meter Run 

1 Thomas. Jessica. Anderson Co. 2:24.59 

2 Hogan. Cathy; Ft Campbell 2:25.46 

3. Coffey. CarIa. Bullitt East 2:28.64 

4. Crews. Janie: Providence 2:29,42 
5 Anderson, Georgia: Walton Verona 

230.66 

1600 Meter Run 

1. Crews. Janie; Providence 5:18.55 

2. Hawkins, Kim; Bath Co 5:19,07 

3. Thomas, Jessica; Anderson Co, 5:25 11 

4. Davidson, Kitty; Ft, Campbell 5:25 39 

5. Hopper, Karen; Bellevue 5:40,00 



400 Meter Relay 

1 Madison 50 48 
Sharon Martin, Gail Campbell, 
Ronetta Farns, Verna Ballew 

2 Trigg County 50,85 

3 Ft Campbell 51,17 

4 Ft Knox 51.32 

5 Frankfort 51,56 

800 Meter Relay 

1 Madison 145 33 
Sharon Martin, Gail Campbell. 
Ronetta Farris, Verna Ballew 

2, Frankfort 1 47.42 

3 Caverna 1:47 50 

4, Bellevue 1:48 42 

5 Fulton 1:53.34 

800 Meter Medley Relay 

1 Madison 150 78 
Sharon Martin. Gail Campbell. 
Ronetta Farris. Verna Ballew 

2 Trigg County 1:52.31 

3 Ft. Campbell 1:52,48 

4. Anderson County 1:55.11 
5 St, Henry 1:5585 

1600 Meter Relay 

1 Ft. Campbell 4 05 88 
Kitty Davidson, Cathy Hogan, 
Debra McLemore, Charmaine 
Vasser 

2. Trigg County 4:10.75 

3. Frankfort 4:13.64 

4 Anderson 4:15 27 

5. Madison 4:15.48 

Shot Put 

1. Crook, Vanessa; Providence 35'8" 

2. Bottoms, Wanda: Harrodsburg 34'8" 

3. Wood, Connie; Hart County 34'4'/V' 
4 Woodyard. Lisa; Grant County 34'1" 
5, Robinson, Martha; Jenkins 32'10V.>" 

Discus 

1 Bottoms, Wanda; Harrodsburg 1247" 

2. Murray. Holly; Bellevue 118'1" 

3. Crook, Vanessa; Providence 116'3" 

4. Conner. Joyce: Bardstown 95'8" 

5. Bobbitt, Beverly; Somerset 94'10" 



High Jump 

1 Campbell. Gail; Madison 5'4" 

2. Smith. Patricia. Harrodsburg 5'2" 

3 Norman, Sigrid; Providence 5'2" 

4. Nutz. Cindy; Raceland 4'10" 

5 Sims. Cindy: Providence 4'10" 

Long Jump 

Tooley. Sandy; Tompkinsville 16'9" 

Slander, Peggy; Ludlow 16'5%" 

McCormes, Karen; Ft. Knox 16'2" 

Duff, Margaret; Somerset 15'11" 

Hagan, Ossie; Hazard 15'5" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Fort Campbell 43 

Madison 32 

Trigg County 22 

Providence 21 Vj 

Anderson County 16 

Harrodsburg 14''2 

Raceland 10 

Frankfort 10 

Bellevue 10 

Ludlow 9 

Tompkinsville 6 

St, Henry 6 

Bath County 5 

Fort Knox 5 

Campbellsville 4 

Butler County 3 

Caverna 3 

Somerset 3 

Hart County 3 

Bullitt East 3 

Bardstown 2 

Grant County 2 

Paris 2 

Fulton 1 

Berea 1 

Jenkins 1 

Hazard 1 

Walton-Verona 1 

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TRIGG COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL — CLASS A BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky — May 23, 1981 







(Left to Rigtit) Front Row: Bobby Gray, Ricky Olggs, Sam Love, Second Row: Scott Mays, Steve Neal, Mario Wilson, 
George Mack, Calvin Turner, Coach George Radford. 



100 Meter Dash 

1, Hines, Jeff; Somerset 11.17 

2 Johnson. Gene: Todd Co- Central 11.27 

3 Greely, Sean. Lexington Cattiolic 11.35 

4. Mumphrey. Lonnie; Carroll Co. 11.59 

5. Goggins, Phil: Paintsvllle 11.59 

200 Meter Dash 

1. Hines, Jeff: Somerset 22 78 

2 Blackwell, Lindrell: Paris 23.24 

3. Greely, Sean, Lexington Catholic 23 25 

4. Peoples, Erick: Ft. Campbell 23 36 

5. Goggins, Phil: Paintsville- 23,45 

400 Meter Dash 

1. Diggs, Ricky: Trigg County 50.21 

2. Neel, Steve: Trigg County 50.48 

3. Fausz, Kevin: Bellevue 50.51 

4. Smith, Jim, Harrodsburg 50.80 

5. Allen, Robbie: Bardstow/n 51.10 

800 Meter Run 

1. Love. Sam: Trigg County 1:54.47 
2 Darland. Lance: Mercer County 1:55.45 

3. Rader. Curt: Somerset 1:58.58 

4. Blankenship, Brian: Menifee Co. 1:58.60 

5. Salter, Peter: Ft. Campbell 1:59.43 
5. Wise, Scott: Bellevue 1:59.43 

1600 Meter Run 

1- Love, Sam: Trigg County 4:15.85 

2. Rader, Curt: Somerset 4:19.03 

3. Darland, Lance: Mercer Co. 4:21.18 

4. Blankenship. Brian: Menifee Co 4:33.69 

5. Gaynor, Gavin: Hancock Co. 4:36.46 

3200 Meter Run 

1. Gaynor, Gavin; Hancock Co. 9:39.98 

2. Darland, Lance: Mercer Co. 10:00.05 

3. Thomas, Jessie; Anderson Co. 10:15.13 

4. Luttrell, Perry: Edmonson Co. 10:20.83 

5. Rakes, Randall; Ky. School/Deaf 

10:41 48 

110 Meter High Hurdles 

1. Markland, Donald; Nicholas Co. 15.34 

2. Bowman, Derrick; South Hopkins 15.60 

3. Smith, David; Harrodsburg 15.65 

4. TidVKell, Ronnie; West Hopkins 16.13 

5. Hickman, Glenn; Bardstown 16.30 



300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1. Blackwell. Lindrell; Pans 38.83 

2. Markland, Don. Nicholas Co. 39 16 

3. Smith, David. Harrodsburg 39 24 

4. Bowman, Derrick: South Hopkins 39.50 
5 Carter, Don, Butler County 40.99 

800 Meter Relay 

1 Trigg County 1:31 75 
Calvin Turnley. Ricky Diggs, Scott Marrs, 
Steve Neel 

2. Lexington Catholic 1:33.39 

3. Bellevue 1:33.83 

4 Ft. Knox 1:33.88 

5 Madison 1:36.54 

1600 Meter Relay 

1 Trigg County 3 23 21 
Ricky Diggs, Steve Neel, Mario 
Wilson, Sam Love 

2. Harrodsburg 3:25.95 

3. Ft. Campbell 3:30.47 

4. Bellevue 3:28.07 

5. Bardstown 3:30.05 

Shot Put 



Triple Jump 

1. McGuffy. David. Nicholas Co. 45'2'/2" 

2 Leavell. Victor: Todd Co Central 43'10" 

3 Alston, Gregg: Ft Knox 43'9%" 

4 Jacobs, Duncan, Harlan 43'9y2" 
5. Crumble. Tim, Pans 43'4" 

Discus 

1 Rauh. Ed; Bellevue 150'4" 

2 Colburn, Mike: Butler 140'1" 
3. Shultleff, Bob, Pikeville 135'2" 
4 Anderson, ; Mercer County 134'7" 
5. Eastham, Rich; Green County 133'1" 



1. Woodward, Ed: Caverna 

2. Bosley, Keith; Madison 

3. Floyd, Tommy: Somerset 

4. Harris, Lynn; Frankfort 

5. Green, Vincent; Anderson Co. 



53'2y!" 
50'5" 
47'6" 
45'10" 
45' 10" 



High Jump 



Norvell, Roray, Ft Campbell 

2. Richardson, Greg: Hancock Co. 

3. Ransdell, Sonny: Harrodsburg 

4. Jacobs, Duncan: Harlan 

5. Otte. Ron: St. Henry 

Pole Vault 

1. Stewart, fulel; Somerset 

2. Gayle, Don; Ft. Campbell 

3. Goggins, Phil; Paintsville 

4 Sepko, Craig; Harrodsburg 
5. Rose. Chris: Ft. Knox 



12'6" 
12'6" 
ir6" 

iro" 
iro" 



Long Jump 

1. Jacob, Duncan: Harlan 21'4%" 

2. Humpries, Floyd; South Hopkins 21 ■4'/2" 

3. Norvell, Roray; Ft. Campbell 20'7" 

4. Baldwin, Greg; Somerset 20'4'/!" 

5. Markland, Donald; Nicholas Co. 

19'11" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Trigg County 34 

Somerset 30 

Fort Campbell 18% 

Nicholas County 17 

Harrodsburg 16'/2 

Bellevue 14'/2 

Mercer County 13 

Paris 11 

Hancock County 11 

South Hopkins 10 

Lexington Cahtolic 10 

Harlan 10 

Todd County Central 8 

Fort Knox 6y2 

Caverna 6 

Madison 5 

Paintsville 5 

Butler County 5 

Anderson County 4 

Menifee County 4 

Pikeville 3 

Bardstown 3 

Frankfort 2 

West Hopkins 2 

Carroll County 2 

Edmonson County 2 

Green County 1 

St. Henry 1 

Ky. School for the Deaf 1 

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DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL — CLASS AA GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky — May 23, 1981 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Lafonda Stallworth, Shelia Ford, Danita Coulty, DIanna Smith. Second Row: Janet Penix, 
Elana Ford, Kim Mitchell, Coach James Atkins. 



300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1 Hicks, Ann; Western Hills 46,65 

2, Brown, Getta; Newport 47.48 

3 Gibson, Janiece: Boyle Co 48.72 

4. Laster, Vivian; Pad. Tilghman 49,14 

5. Durbin, Dawne; Elizabettitown 49 29 

100 Meter Low Hurdles 

1 Mundy, Kim; Woodford Co. 14.99 

2. Durbin, Dawne; Elizabethtown 15,57 

3. Smith, Melissa; Franklin-Simpson 15.80 

4 Gibson, Janiece; Boyle Co. 16.27 
5. Hampton, Lisa; Knox Central 16,28 

100 Meter Dash 

1. Coulter, Danitia; Danville 12.69 

2. Buchanan, Marie; Pad. Tilghman 12.83 

3. Walder, Michelle; Franklin Co 12.85 

4. Kemp, Enid; Newport 12.92 

5. Robey, Cecilia; Franklin-Simpson 13.11 

200 Meter Dash 

1. Mundy, Kim; Woodford Co 25.77 

2. Coulter, Danitia; Danville 26,19 

3. Jones, Latonya; Pad Tilghman 26 22 

4. Gormley, Susan, Woodford Co. 26.53 

5 Mitchell, Kim; Danville 26.54 

400 Meter Dash 

1. Stallworth, Lafonda; Danville 57.49 

2. Jones, Latonya; Pad. Tilghman 57.82 

3. Raglin, Pam; Bourbon Co. 57 84 

4 Marshall, Kerri; Dixie Heights 59.51 

5 Parrish, Nina; Elizabethtown 59 61 

800 Meter Run 

1. Raglin, Pam; Bourbon Co, 2;21.42 

2 Witty, Lisa; Glasgow 2;21.56 

3. Stallworth, Lafonda; Danville 2:21.56 

4. Russell, Lynn; Harrison Co. 2:23.94 

5. Oliver, Vicki; Lincoln Co. 2:24.17 

1600 Meter Run 

*1, Witty, Lisa; Glasgow 4:58.96 

2. Russell, Lynn; Harrison Co. 5:03.93 

3. Raglin, Pam; Bourbon Co. 5:22.53 

4. Wilkerson. Kim; Barren Co. 5:24.01 

5. Parrish, Nina; Elizabethtown 5:24.47 



400 Meter Run 

1 Franklin County 

Daria Wfiite, Olivia Clark 
Tina Jackson, Michele Walker 

2. Woodford Co 

3. Danville 

4 Paducah Tilghman 
5. Allen Co.-Scottsville 

800 Meter Relay 

1 Franklin County 

DarIa White, Olivia Clark 
Tina Jackson. Michele Walker 

2. Newport 

3 Franklin-Simpson 

4. Allen Co.-Scottsville 

5. Danville 



50 56 

51 07 
51.16 
51.20 



45.34 
46.75 
47.38 
48.72 



High Jump 

1 Ottens, Sharon; Webster Co. 

2. Barber, Lawana, Newport 

3. Williams, Brenda; Whitesburg 

3. Smith. Melissa; Franklin-Simpson 
5. Gibson, Janiece; Boyle 



5'2' 



1:49.98 



800 Medley Relay 

*1 Paducah Tilghman 

Vivian Laster, Naomi Bolen 
Maria Buchanon, Latonya Jones 

2. Bourbon Co 1:51.28 

3. Woodford Co. 1:51.74 

4. Danville 1:52.80 
5 Franklin-Simpson 1:53.61 



1600 Meter Relay 



1 Danville ' 4 05 70 
Shelia Ford, Lafonda Stallworth 

Elana Ford, Dianna Smith 

2 Paducah Tilghman 4:08.94 
3. Simon Kenton 4:11.16 
4 Harrison Co. 4:11.16 
5. Clay Co. 4:14.30 

Shot Put 

Hoskins, Karen; Newport 35'8 

Everharl, Paula; Union Co. 35'6 

Murray, Annette; Meade Co. 34'6 

Browning, Joan; Harrison Co. 34'2 

Phillips, Tara, LaRue Co. 31'10 

Discus 

1. Cornett, Billie; Clay Co. 104'9' 

2. Bradley, Verna; Barren Co, 103'8' 

3. Martin, Gilly; Reidland 96'9' 

4. Hoskins, Karen; Newport 95'4 

5. Phillips, Tara; LaRue Co, 93'8' 



Long Jump 

1. Groves, Rosland; Franklin-Simpson 

17'9 

2 Hines, Kittie; Franklin Co 16'8y2 

3 Brown. Charmaine; LaRue Co. 16'7' 

4. Williams, Brenda; Whitesburg 16'Vi' 

5, Garland, Judy; Clay Co 15'4' 



TOTAL POINTS 

Danville 32 

Paducah Tilghman 25 

Newport 22 

Woodford County 21 

Frankin County 19 

Franklin-Simpson 16 

Bourbon County 16 

Glasgow 10 

Harrison County 10 

Clay County 8 

Elizabethtown 7 

Boyle County 6 

Barren County 6 

Webster County 6 

Western Hills 6 

LaRue County 5 

Whitesburg 5 

Union County 4 

Reidland 3 

Allen County-Scottsville 3 

Meade County 3 

Simon Kenton 3 

Dixie Heights 2 

Lincoln County 1 

Knox Central ■ 1 

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PADUCAH TILGHMAN HIGH SCHOOL — CLASS AA BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky — May 23, 1981 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Geoff Pope, Clay Parker, Chuck McNIchols, Petey Williams, Michael Tolbert. Second Row: 
Coach Lyman Brown, James Branaham, Terry Hall, Asst. Coach Steve Johnston, Asst. Coach Augie Schiller. 



100 Meter Dash 

1. Parker, Clay; Paducah Tilghman 

2. Moss. Marcus: Mayfield 

3. Jackson, James; Franklin Co 

4. Woodley James; Woodford Co. 

5. Watts. Mike; Breathitt Co. 

200 Meter Dash 

1 Parker. Clay; Paducah Tilghman 

2. Watts. Mike; Breathitt Co. 

3. Pope, Geoff; Paducah Tilghman 

4. Jackson, James; Franklin Co. 

5. Woodley. James; Woodford Co. 

400 Meter Dash 

1. Woodley, James; Woodford Co 

2. Pope, Geoff; Paducah Tilghman 

3. Connally, Chris; Highlands 

4. Milon. Jerome; Elizabethtown 
5- Tucker. Neal; Union Co 

800 Meter Run 

1. Alexander. Pat; Grayson Co. 

2. Jordan. William; Elizabethtown 

3. Crowder; Allen Co.-Scottsville 

4. Metzger. Steve; Barren Co. 

5. Powers. Todd; Knox Central 

1600 Meter Run 

1. Ling. Mike; Highlands 

2. McMahan. Mark; Meade Co 

3. Gary. Walter; Knox Central 
4 Jordan. William. Elizabethtown 
5. Metzger, Steve; Barren Co. 



3200 Meter Run 

1. McMahan. Mark; Meade Co 

2. Snaden, Gorden; Washington Co 

9:41 63 

3. Gary. Walter; Knox Central 9:55,30 

4. Williams. Rodney; Webster Co. 9:55.53 

5. Ling. Jim; Highlands 10:06.38 

110 Meter High Hurdles 

1 White. Oliver; Knox Central 14.90 

2. Brown. Jimmy; Clay Co 15.29 

3. Smalley. Jack; Boyle Co. 15.41 

4. Johnson, Ronald; Woodford Co 15 46 

5. Mounce, Billy; Pulaski Co. 15,58 



300 Meter Low Hurdles 





11.05 


1 Johnson, Ronald; Woodford Co 


38.50 


11.32 


2 Bankamper, John; Highlands 


39.51 


11.38 


3. Brown, Jimmy; Clay County 


40.47 


11.38 


4 Bates, Mark, Whitesburg 


40.50 


11 39 


5 Tolbert, Mike; Paducah Tilghma 

800 Meter Relay 


n 4064 




* 1 Paducah Tilghman 


1:29 00 




Goeff Pope, James Branham 




23.08 


Pete Williams, Clay Parker 




23.26 


2 Mayfield 


1 31.03 




3 Elizabethtown 


1:31.72 




4. Franklin Co 


1:34,36 




5 Covington Catholic 


1:35,39 


50.24 
50.55 


1600 Meter Relay 




1 Union County 


3:27,20 


Neal Tucker, Tim Joiner 






Ken Wilson, Lemmie Brown 






2. Elizabethtown 


3:27.30 




3 Woodford Co 


3:28.68 




4. East Carter 


3:29,65 




5. Webster Co 


3:29,70 




58.41 
59,11 


Shot Put 






59.33 


1 Areaux, Andy; Harrison Co. 


51 'O" 




59.70 


2 Owens, Carl; North Bullitt 


48'3Vj" 




59.83 


3. Botts, Mike; Lloyd Memorial 


47'11" 




4. Gibson, Raymond, Prestonburg 


47'6" 




5 Estep, Ferlin, Leslie County 


46'11" 


4:19.66 






4:19.78 


Discus 




4:21.58 


1. McLane, Kyle; Elizabethtown 


140'1" 


4:22.17 


2. Lucky, Tom; Bourbon Co. 


138'4" 


4:28 80 


3 Hall. Terry; Paducah Tilghman 


137'8" 




4 Tucker. Neal; Union Co 


13r7" 




5 Darpel. John; Cov Catholic 


129'2" 


9 

1 


34 06 


High Jump 





Long Jump 

1 Morgan, Robbie; Harrison Co. 

2. Whitlow, Donnie; Glasgow 

3. Dixon, Dave; Simon Kenton 

4 Turner, Ron; Taylor Co 

5 Brown, Scotty; Middlesboro 

Triple Jump 

1 Williams, Petey; Pad. Tilghman 

2 Reid, John, Ohio Co 

3 Morgan, Robbie, Harrison Co 

4 Turner, Ron, Taylor Co 

5. White, Oliver, Knox Central 



21 '3%" 
21 ■2%" 

20'8" 
20'4%" 

20' V/' 



44' '/4 
42'4y4 



+ 1 Wilson, Kenny; Union Co, 

2 Market, Kevin; Webster Co. 
3. Stevens, Mark; Russell 

3. James, Scott; Lloyd Memorial 
5 Jacobs, Kenny; Grayson Co. 

Pole Vault 

1. Corbin, Kenneth; Barren Co 

2, Mounce, Billy; Pulaski Co 

3 Nolan, Joe; Clay Co. 

4, Mucci. Lewis; Woodford Co 
5 Baldwin, Dale; Grayson Co. 



13'6' 
13'0' 
12'6 
12'0 
11 '6 



TOTAL POINTS 

Paducah Tilghman 35 

Woodford County 22 

Elizabethtown 21 

Union County 15 

Harrison County 15 

Highlands 14 

Knox Central 14 

Clay County 10 

Meade County 10 

Barren County 9 

Grayson County 8 

Mayfield 8 

Franklin County 7 

Webster County 7 

Lloyd Memorial SY? 

Pulaski County 5 

Breathitt County 5 

North Bullitt 4 

Glasgow 4 

Taylor County 4 

Ohio County 4 

Bourbon County 4 

Washington County 4 

Boyle County 3 

Simon Kenton 3 

Allen County-Scottsville 3 

Russell 2"! 

Covington Catholic 2 

Whitesburg 2 

East Carter 2 

Prestonsburg 2 

Leslie County 1 

Middlesboro , , 1 

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BRYAN STATION HIGH SCHOOL — CLASS AAA GIRLS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky — May 23, 1981 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Coach Reba Woodall, Cynthia Pemberton, Theresa Ragland, Arnola Smith, Doreese Howard, 
Shonda James, Cynthia Langlois. Second Row: Judy Logan, Stacey Reed, Angela McNeal, Minnie Lewis, Kisha Jackson, 
Jeannette White, Carol Green 



300 Meter Low Hurdles 

♦ l Bass, Alicia; Fern Creek 
2. Bryant. Lois; Boyd Co. 

3 Likens. Roxanne; Daviess Co. 

4. Wallen, Sunday; Southern 

5. Merritt. Valerie; Hopkinsville 

100 Meter Low Hurdles 

*1. Bass, Alicia, Fern Creek 

2. Bryant. Lois; Boyd Co. 

3. Bunting. Brenda, Henry Clay 

4 Marshall, Ruby; Ballard 

5. Anderson, IVIary: North Hardin 

100 Meter Dash 

1. Reed. Natalie; Henry Clay 

2. Diamond, Adriane; Marshall Co. 

3. Howard, Dorece; Bryan Station 

4. Webb, Tracy; Ballard 

5- Zoellar, Susan; Angela Merici 

200 Meter Dash 

Diamond, Adriane; Marshall Co. 
Corbin. Karen; Westport 
James, Shonda; Bryan Station 
Smith, Arnola, Bryan Station 
Hardin, Diane; Marshall Co. 

400 Meter Dash 

♦ l. Diamond. Adriane; Marshall Co. 

2. Corbin. Karen; Westport 

3. Jackson, Joan; North Hardin 

4. Leonard, Kim; Laurel Co. 
5 Thelen. Jodi; Notre Dame 

800 Meter Run 

1. Maynard, Julie; Apollo 

2. Green. Diana. Christian Co. 

3. Martin, Jenny; Central 

4. Sapienza. Jeanne; Central 

5. Adams. Juanita; Fern Creek 



1600 Meter Run 

1 Forrester. Camille; Central 

2 Sapienza. Jeanne; Central 
3. Linville. Lori; Daviess Co. 
4 Straight. Andrea; Henderson Co 5;27.45 
5. Law, Nancy, Waggener 







400 Meter Relay 




4457 


*1 Henry Clay 


48.67 


45.32 


April Harris, Kim Hand 




46.62 


Kendra Booker, Natalie Reed 




46.73 


2. Bryan Station 


49.26 


46.80 


3 Marshall County 


49.87 




4 Westport 


49.92 




5. Henderson County 


50.12 


14.84 






14,92 


800 Meter Relay 




14.94 


*1 Henry Clay 


1:43.91 


15.38 


Kendra Booker. Willetta Woolfolk 


15.48 


Natalie Reed. April Harris 






2. North Hardin 


1:45.39 




3. Westport 


1:45.52 


12.27 


4. Ballard 


1:46.62 


12.44 


5. Male 


1:46.65 


12,53 






12.90 


800 Meter Medley Relay 




12.96 


1 Bryan Station 


1:50.14 




Teresa Rowland, Doresce Howard 




Shonda James, Cynthia Pembleton 


25.04 


2 Westport 


1:50.89 


25,68 


3. Southern 


1:51.32 


25.86 


4 Marion County 


1:51.93 


26.02 


5. Central 


1:52.55 




leoOMeter Relay 






:f1 Westport 


3:57.75 




Pam Leonard, Tina Stoner 






Pat McAtee, Karen Corbin 






2. Central 


4:02.51 




3 Laurel County 


4:05.95 


1:00.36 


4 Western 


4:06.36 




5. Southern 


4:07.39 




Shot Put 








1, Kopatz. Cheryl; Doss 


39'5" 






2 Sweeney. Gabe; Assumption 


36'iy2" 






3. Cooper. Celia; Clark Co. 


35'5y2" 


2 


2401 


4. Stewart. Angle; Boyd Co. 


34'2" 




5. Smalley. Karen; Marion Co. 

Discus 


33'10" 


5;12.72 


1 Sweeney. Gabe; Assumption 


134'6" 


5:1905 


2. Cooper. Celia; Clark Co. 


110'2" 


5:25.27 


3 Stone. Janice; Shelby Co. 


106'4" 


5:27.45 


4 Sedoris. Cindy; Mercy Acad. 


103'9" 


5 


29.58 


5. Warren. Debra; Tates Creek 


103'8" 



High Jump 

1, Mayes. Kelly; Lafayette 

2 Montano. Gloria; Mercy. 

3. Baker. Lisa; Henderson Co. 

3 Langlois, Cynthia, Bryan Station 
5- Franzman, Susan; Holy Rosary 



5'Q" 



Long Jump 

1. Smith, Arnola; Bryan Station 18'2y2" 

2. Holloway, Caria; Henderson Co. 17772" 

3. Coffey, Valerie; Southern 17'5" 

4. Ford. Elizabeth; Tates Creek 17'V2" 

5. Zoeller. Susan; Angela Merici 16'9%" 

TOTAL POINTS 

Bryan Station 26% 

Westport Road 23 

Henry Clay 21 

Louisville Central 20 

Marshall County 20 

Fern Creek 13 

Assumption 10 

Boyd County 10 

Henderson County 972 

Southern 9 

North Hardin 8 

Clark Co 7 

Mercy Academy 6 

Ballard 6 

Daviess County 6 

Lafayette 6 

Apollo 6 

Doss 6 

Laurel County 5 

Christian County 4 

Marion County 3 

Tates Creek 3 

Shelby County 3 

Angela Merici 2 

Western 2 

Hopkinsville 1 

Notre Dame 1 

Holy Rosary 1 

Male 1 

Waggener 1 

240 

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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST 1981 



Page Eleven 



BRYAN STATION HIGH SCHOOL — CLASS AAA BOYS 

Kentucky High School Track Meet 

Lexington, Kentucky — May 23, 1981 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Carl Craig, Norman Beckham, Raleigh Jones, Gordon Glllls, Ronnie Chestnut, Preston 
Dawson, Arthur Lucas, Jr., Eric Lea Crutcher. Second Row: Coach Paul Woodall, Carl Bush, Mike Logan, Paul Douthitt, 
John Wathlns, Kermit Sykes, Eric Taylor, Sheral Jones, David Murphy. Third Row: Robert Miller, Chuck Livisay, Terry 
Tichenon, Ell Lyie, Jr., Dwight Brown, Derrick Doty, Mark Hayes, Steve Alkhoja, Kevin Spears.* 



100 Meter Dash 

1 Major, Alvin; Ballard 10.94 

2 Ashby, Paul: Valley 11,10 

3 Douglas, Desi; Owensboro 1113 
4. Davis, Mike; Ballard 11.24 
5 Williams, Kevin; Pleasure Ridge Pk. 

11 28 

200 Meter Dash 

1 Douglas, Desi: Owensboro 22.44 

2. Coyle, Tony; Tales Creek 22.47 

3. Bibbs, Tim; Warren Central 22.51 

4 Sykes, Kermit; Bryan Station 22.56 

5 Hatchel, Travis; Stuart 23.09 



400 Meter Dash 

1. Sykes, Kermit; Bryan Station 49,18 

2. Terry, Kim; Henderson Co. 49.31 

3. Marshall, Jeff; Tates Creek 49.47 

4. Gordon, Audley; Souttiern 49.69 

5. Veal, Mark; Henderson Co 49.89 

800 Meter Run 

1 Jeter. James; North Hardin 1:56.61 

2. Mills, Tom; Eastern 1:59.38 

3. Marshall, Jeff: Tates Creek 1:59.62 

4. Fritz, Vance; Henderson Co. 2:00.79 

5. Jenks, Allen: Moore 2:01.08 

1600 Meter Run 

1. Jeter, James; North Hardin 4:14,91 

2. Sapienza, Jim, Trinity 4:15.37 

3. Barry, Mark; Manual 4:21.52 

4. Martin. Tim; Ovwensboro 4:24.56 

5. Mills, Tom. Eastern 4:26.87 



300 Meter Low Hurdles 

1 Taylor, Eric: Bryan Station 

2 Saylors, Fred: Lafayette 

3. Gary, Preston: Manual 

4. Johnson, Leslie, Hopkinsville 

5. Wilson, Ed; Iroquoise 

800 Meter Relay 

1 Bryan Station 

Kermit Sykes, Eric Taylor 
Ron Chestnut, Paul Douthitt 

2. Henderson County 

3. Tates Creek 

4. Valley 

5. Ballard 

1600 Meter Relay 

*1 Henderson County 

Mark Veal, Vance Fritz 
Kevin Bryant, Kim Terry 

2. Bryan Station 

3. Henry Clay 

4. St. Xavier 

5. Manual 

Shot Put 

1. Johnson, Vernon; Laurel Co. 

2. Hayes, Mark; Bryan Station 

3. Burke. Damien; St. Xavier 

4. Young, Antonio; Male 

5. Tarlton, Ron; DeSales 

Discus 

1. Johnson, Vernon; Laurel Co. 

2. Young, Antonio: Male 

3. Painter. Jed; Campbell Co. 

4. Thornton, Greg; Butler 

5. Bently, Ron; Henderson Co. 



3200 Meter Run 

1 Sapienza, Jim; Trinity 9:23.16 

2 Martin, Tim; Owensboro 9:29.26 

3. Gruneisen, Dan; Trinity 9:39.96 

4. McGehee, John; Henderson Co. 9:49.80 

5. Hubbard, Cam; Clark Co. 9:59.79 

110 Meter High Hurdles 

1. Ewing. Bruce; Valley 14.62 

2. Gray, Preston; Manual 14.65 

3. Johnson, Leslie: Hopkinsville 14.87 

4. Wilson, Stewart; Lafayette 14.93 



37 80 

37 86 

38 70 
38.85 
39.37 



1:29.82 
1:29.84 
1:30.67 
1:31.28 



3:19.65 
3:20.82 
3:21.12 
3:24.20 



57'11" 
56'4" 

55'8'/2" 
52'2" 

5i'7y/' 



164'9" 
159'2" 
159'r' 
15ri" 
140'9" 



Long Jump 

1 Hunter. Darryl; Owensboro 23'6'/2" 

2 Johnson, Darrell, Manual 22'5V." 
3. Goodwin, Jeff; Ballard 22'1%" 

4 Nobel. Leroy; Pleasure Ridge Pk 22''//' 

5 Wilson. Stewart, Lafayette 2riO" 



Triple Jump 



6'2 



5. Duncan, Chuck; Henderson Co. 15.43 5. Dowdell, Fred; Greenup Co. 



High Jump 

1 Milburn, John; Male 
Weisman, Scott: Apollo 
Speedy, Glenn; Fairdale 
Hagen, John; Tates Creek 
Sanders, Nate; Manual 



Pole Vault 

1. Fergueson. Kevin; Henderson Co. 14'0" 

2. Roe, Jeff; Bishop David 13'6" 

3. Bailey, Dave; Trinity 13'0" 

4. Munich, Tom; St. Xavier 12'6" 
12'0" 



1. Goodwin, Jeff; Ballard 46'10%" 

2. Hunter, Darryl, Owensboro 46'3" 

3 Wiley, Anthony; Pleasure Ridge Pk. 

45V" 

4 Wilson, Stuart; Lafayette 44'9%" 

5 Lowe, J R.; Western 43'9y2" 



TOTAL POINTS 

Bryan Station 28 

Henderson County 27 

Owensboro 25 

Ballard 18 

DuPont Manual 16 

Trinity 16 

Tates Creek 15 

Valley 12 

North Hardin 12 

Laurel County 12 

Male 12 

Lafayette 9 

St. Xavier 7 

Pleasure Ridge Park 6 

Hopkinsville 5 

Eastern 5 

Bishop David 4 

Apollo 4 

Fairdale 3 

Campbell County 3 

Henry Clay 3 

Warren Central 3 

Southern 2 

Butler 2 

Western 1 

DeSales 1 

Iroquois 1 

Moore 1 

Stuart 1 

Clark County 1 

Greenup County 1 

256 

♦ indicates new state record 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR AUGUST 1981 



1981 INDIVIDUAL GOLF WINNERS 
Bowling Green High School — Boys 
Murray High School — Girls 




Velvet Jones, Individual winner 
Murray High School 



John Kernohan, Individual winner 
Bowling Green High School 



GOLF RESULTS 

The 1980-81 Girls' Golf Tournament was held at Elizabethtown Country Club, Elizabethtown, 
Kentucky, on May 12-13. Team winner was Elizabethtown High School, with a total score of 748. 
Runner-up team was Corbin High School with a total score of 755. individual Champion was Velvet 
Jones, Murray High School, with a score of 166. The individual runner-upwas Emily Doming, Norte 
Dame Academy, with a score of 171. 

The Boys' State Golf Tournament was held at Anderson Golf Course, Fort Knox, May 1 2-1 S.Team 
winner was St. Xavier High School with a total score of 620. The runner-up team was Tates Creel< 
High School with a total scoreof 624. The individual champion was John Kernohan, Bowling Green 
High School, with a score of 146, winning the title on the first hole of playoff. The runner-up was Phil 
McQuitty of Henderson County High School. 

Team Results Girls' — Elizabethtown 748, Corbin 755, Lone Oal< 783, Sacred Heart 786, 
Russellville 799, Notre Dame 800, Tompkinsville 816, Johnson Central 821 , Murray 836, Motgomery 
County 892, Shelby County 903, Ballard 906, Jessamine County 933. 

Team Result Boys' — St. Xavier 620, Tates Creek 624, Bowling Green 632, Ballard 650, Lafayette 
654, Berea 659, St. Mary 660, Daviess County 662, Warren Central 663, Boone County 664, 
Harrodsburg 665, Mason County 667, Estill County 669, Butler 670, Western 678, Paducah 
Tilghman 680, Anderson County 695, Russell 702, Ludlow 709, Johnson Central 719, Grant County 
722. 



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NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 
ACTIVITIES WEEK 

OCTOBER 19 - 25, 1981 

Member Of National Federation of State High School Associations 



Official Organ of the 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

SEPT. 1981 



1981 TENNIS CHAMPIONS 

DOUBLES CHAMPION 

SINGLES CHAMPION 

GIRLS 




(Left to Right) Barbara Miller, Chrissie IMotsch (Sacred Heart Academy). Gay Nutter (Paris High School). 



1981 TENNIS CHAMPIONS 

DOUBLES CHAMPION 

SINGLES CHAMPION 

BOYS 




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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIV — No. 2 



September 1981 



$2.00 Per Year 



K.H.S.A.A. BOARD OF CONTROL 
OFFICERS 1981-82 




J.D. Minnehan 
President 



Fairce O. Woods 
Vice-President 



J.D. Minnehan, Principal of Oldham County High 
School, Buckner, was elected President of the Board of 
Control at the summer meeting of the directors held on 
July 24, 1981. Fairce O. Woods, Principal of Fleming 
County High School, was named Board Vice-President. 

J.D. Minnehan is a native of Ashland, Kentucky, 
and has earned degrees of A.B., MA. and Rank I at 
the University of Southern Mississippi, the 
University of Tennessee and Western Kentucky 
University respectively. 

Mr. MInnehan's first five years in education were 
in the capacity of English teacher, assistant football 
coach and head baseball coach at Bardstown High 
School. He then served as Assistant Principal at 
Bullitt Central High School for three years and 
Principal of the Oldham County Middle School for 
one year before assuming the principalship of 
Oldham County High School seven years ago. 

Mr. Minnehan and his wife, Judy, have a five year 
old son, Jason. Mrs. Minnehan is Director of 
Instruction for the Oldham County School District. 

Fairce O. Woods w/as born in Floyd County, 
attended Garrett High School and earned an A.B. 
Degree at Kentucky Wesleyan College. In his senior 
year, 1949, he was chosen Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities and received Honorable 
mention on the All American Basketball team. After 
graduation he accepted a job teaching and 
coaching at Deming High School in Mt. Olivet for 
two years. After two years, 1952-54, in the service, 
he assumed the same position at Breathitt High 
School where he remained until 1967. 

After receiving an M.A. Degree at Morehead State 
University in 1960, Mr. Woods served as Principal of 
Powell County High School from 1967 to 1971 
before moving to his present position at 
Flemingsburg. In 1974 he received a Rank I 
certificate In Education from Eastern Kentucky 
University. He has served as teacher, coach and 
principal for thirty years. 



WHY A NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 
ACTIVITIES WEEK? 



The NEED for public awareness and support of 
high school activities programs is acute and each 
year illustrations of the lack of support or awareness 
of the values and needs of high school programs 
appear. Usually, where there isastrain on the public 
educational dollar, high school activity programs 
are the first to be reduced or eliminated. Receiving 
national notice is the lack of funding for activity 
programs in cities such as Boston, New York and 
Los Angeles, and the reduction of tax dollars 
through public mandate in Massachusetts 
(Proposition 2'/2) and California (Proposition 12). 
These examples of national note are only the tip of 
the iceberg in that in all sections of the United States 
demands for the educational dollar are becoming 
greater and the resultant strain on activity program 
funding increases. For instance, some school 
districts have eliminated thefunding forathletic and 
activity programs altogether; in some locations 
students are required to pay a fee in order to 
participate, and there are examples of cutbacks in 
varying degrees in all 50 states and in all sizes of 
communities and schools. In many areas student 
and parental concern for participation In high 
school activities as well as the values which the 
students and parents receive therefrom is lacking. 

As to the VALUES of activity programs, there are 
several very vivid, documented examples: (1) 
National surveys reveal that students participating 
in high school activities are more likely to have 
higher academic averages and far better attendance 
records; (2) of the students who drop out of high 
schools, ninety-four percent have not been involved 
in any school activities such as athletics, music, 
speech, student government, etc.; (3) the best 
predictor (according to ACT and SAT studies) of 
success in later life is previous participation in high 
school activity programs— not high school or 
college grade point average, test score or rank-in- 
class; (4) generally, participation in activity 
programs teaches values that make children 
happier and better citizens, builds strong mindsand 
bodies, emphasizes that competition is not evil (but 
an American way of life), and that race, color, sex 
and economic status are not obstacles for 
participation, and finally, instills poise and 
confidence; (5) nationally, over one-half of the high 
school student population participates in high 
school activity programs for approximately one 
percent of the total school budget, obviously the 
best value in public education today. 

Truly, high school activities are, in fact, "The 
Other Half of Education." With such values for such 
a minimum investment, it is important that this 
"other half of education" is needed and therefore 
public, parental and student support is a necessity. 
Thus, the reason for "National High School 
Activities Week". 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1981 



SEPTEMBER, 1981 Vol.XLIV, No.2 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President J. D Minnehan (1978-1982) LaGrange 

Vice-President Fairce O. Woods (1979-1983) Flemingsburg 

Directors Charles D. Black (1980-1984) 

Barbourville; John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead. Whaylon 
Coleman (1980-1984) Owensboro; Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) 
Monticello; Robie Harper, Jr. (1979-1983) Drakesboro; Alvis 
Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg; Charles Miller (1981-1982) 
Pleasure Ridge Park; Robert L, Rogers (1981-1985) Barlow, Conley 
Manning, State Department of Education representative 
Subscription Rate $2.00 per year 



From the Commissioner's Office 



BASKETBALL CLINICS 

The 1981-82 required rules meeting for 
basketball officials and head coaches will be 
conducted by Assistant Commissioner Billy V. 
Wise. Other members of the coaching staff, 
scorers and timers are urged to attend. The 
dates, times and sites for the meetings are as 
follows: 



October 22 - Hopkinsville High School (Hopkinsville) - 

7:00 p.m. 
October 26 - Bowling Green High School (Bowling Green) 

- 7:00 p.m. 
October 27 - Louisville Inn (Louisville) - 

7:00 p.m. 
October 28 - Elizabethtown High School (Elizabethtown) - 

7:00 p.m. 
October 29 - Henry Clay High School (Lexington) - 

7:00 p.m. 



BASKETBALL ASSIGNING 
SECRETARIES 1981-82 

Rex Alexander, 1320 Wells Boulevard, Murray 42071, 
(Res) 502/753-3579, (Bus) 767-6826; Bill Burton, P.O. Box 
217, Eddyville 42038, (Res) 502/388-9980, (Bus) 965-3308, 
388-7248 (Wed); Jerry Kimmel, Box 86. Beechmont 42323, 
(Res) 502/476-2656; Dr. Wm. Meadors, Western Kentucky 
University, Bovi^ling Green 42101, (Res) 502/842-4141, 
(Bus) 745-3347; Howard Gardner, 829 Freeman Lake 
Road, Elizabethtown 42701, (Res) 502/765-6273; Pete 
Mattingly, 1514 Cardinal Drive (Res) 502/459-5793, (Bus) 
458-2129; Roy Winchester, Bethlehem 40007, (Res) 
502/845-5040; Bob Miller 197 Holiday Lane, Fort Thomas 
41075, (Res) 606/441-5885; Howard Rogers, 17 Maryland 
Avenue, Winchester 40391, (Res) 606/744-1785, (Bus) 
293-3288 or 293-3456; Bobby Flynn, 428 McKenna Court, 
Lexington 40505, (Res) 606/299-5902, (Bus) 278-9310; 
Charles E. Hall, Route 2, Winterhawk, Danville 40422, 
(Res) 606/236-8811, (Bus) 236-2604; Ray Canady, Box 
244, Barbourville 40906, (Res) 606/546-4765. (Bus) 
546-4175; Don Stacy, General Delivery, Bonnyman 41719 
(Res) 606/439-4605, (Bus) 436-3632; Paul Dotson. Box 83, 
Belfry 41514, (Res) 606/631-1841, (Bus) 353-7230 or 
353-7239; Bobby F Crager, 1703 Mary Ellen Drive 
Flatwoods41139, (Res) 606/836-6069, (Bus) 836-8186. 



October 5 - Somerset High School (Somerset) - 

7:00 p.m. 
October 6 - Bell County High School (Pineville) - 

7:00 p.m. 
October 7 - Hazard High School (Hazard) - 

7:00 p.m. 
October 8 - Prestonsburg High School (Prestonsburg) - 

7:00 p.m. 
October 12 - Morehead State University (Morehead) - 

7:00 p.m. 
October 13 - UK Community College (Ashland) - 

7:00 p.m. 
October 14 - Mason County High School (Maysville) - 

7:00 p.m. 
October 15 - Holmes High School (Covington) - 

7:00 p.m. 
October 19 - Apollo High School (Owensboro) - 

7:00 p.m. 
October 20 - Paducah Tilghman High School (Paducah) ■ 

7:00 p.m. 
October 21 - Murray High School (Murray) - 

7:00 p.m. 



VOLLEYBALL INFORMATION 

The K.H.S.A.A. will sponsor regional and state 
volleyball tournaments in October, 1981. The 
regional tournaments will be held during the week 
of October 19, and the State Tournament is 
scheduled for October 29-31, at the University of 
Kentucky, Lexington. The manager will be Assistant 
Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries. 

The regions, sites and teams assigned to each are 
listed below; 

Region I (at Fairdale High School) - Angela 
Merici, Beth Haven, Butler, Doss, Fairdale, Holy 
Rosary, Pleasure Ridge Park, Presentation, 
University Heights, Valley, Shawnee, Western; 

Region II (at Iroquois High School and Southern 
High School) - Assumption, Atherton, Brown, 
Central, Iroquois, Kentucky Country Day, Male, 
Manual, Ninth & O., Mercy, Southern; 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1981 



Page Three 



Region III (at Ballard High School) - Ballard, 
Eastern, Evangel, Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, 
Moore, Oldham County, Sacred Heart, Seneca, 
Waggener, Woodford County; 

Region IV (at Holmes High School) - Beechwood, 
Dixie Heights, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, 
Ludlow, Notre Dame, St. Henry, Scott, Simon 
Kenton, Villa Madonna; 

Region V (at Campbell County High School) - 
Bellevue, Boone County, Bishop Brossart, 
Campbell County, Conner, Dayton, Highlands, 
Newport, Our Lady Providence, Walton Verona; 

Region VI (at Morehead University) - Elkhorn 
City, Fairview, Hazard, Montgomery County, 
McCreary Central, Oneida Baptist, Paul Blazer, 
Rowan County, Sheldon Clark, University 
Breckinridge. 



VOLLEYBALL COMMITTEE 
MEETING MINUTES 



The 1981-82 Volleyball Committee met on 
Tuesday, August 4, 1981 , at the K.H.S.A.A. office in 
Lexington. Assistant Commissioner Brigid DeVries 
called the meeting to order at 1 :00 P.M. Committee 
members present were; Bunny Daugherty, Ann 
Karrick, Margi McKenna, Sally Meng, Joan Mitchell, 
Liz Sadler, Susie Sigler and Donna Wolfe. 

Brigid DeVries reported to the Committee that 
according to the information received on the blue 
forms from our member schools, there will not be a 
markable increase in volleyball participating 
schools. 

The Committee members reviewed the 1980-81 
regional and state tournament information sheet 
and made a few changes for this year. It was 
recommended to delete the requirement for the 
K.H.S.A.A. Certificate of Eligibility to be submitted 
to the K.H.S.A.A. office as an annual particiption list 
is sent by each school to the K.H.S.A.A. office and 
the Committee members feel like this is sufficient. 
However, because the requirement is in the current 
Constitution and By-Laws the Certificate of 
Eligibility will have to be used for the 1981-82 
Volleyball Tournament. 

The Committee members agreed that an 
"Information Sheet for State Tournament Program" 
form be sent to each team participating in the 
regional tournament and it be attached to the 5" x7" 
black and white picture (with names reading left to 
right). This information shall be turned in to the 
K.H.S.A.A. office no later than October 12, 1981. 

A discussion was held regarding schools sharing 
the profit or loss of the regional tournaments. 

There was a lengthy discussion on making 
attendance at the meeting before the regional 
tournaments mandatory. No final decision 
regarding this issue was made. 



The 1981-82 regional volleyball tournaments are 
scheduled for October 23-24, and the state for 
October 29-31 at the University of Kentucky 
Memorial Coliseum, Lexington. 

It was suggested by the Committee that a flyer be 
included in the packet sent to the schools to 
encourage member schools to sponsor volleyball. It 
was requested that three copies of the financial 
report from the regional tournament manager be 
sent to the participating schools (one to the 
principal, athletic director and volleyball coach). 

Bunny Daugherty agreed to construct, for the 
regional managers, a guideline for a financial 
statement to be filled out after the regional 
tournaments. 

It was felt that a decision should be made at the 
regional meeting as to how the program sales 
should be conducted and what options the 
tournament managers have in paying for the 
expense of the program. The Committee suggested: 
if a school contributes to the printing, advertising, 
etc., they should share in the profits of the program; 
if one school pays for the printing, advertising, etc., 
they do not have to share in the profits of the 
program. 

The Committee set the time for the State 
Tournament to be 11:00 A.M. for the semi-finals 
(matches to be played at the same time) and the final 
to be played at 1 :30 P.M. General admission fee for 
the semi-final and finals was recommended at$4.00 
for adults and $3.00 for students. 

The Committee recommended that line-judges be 
used for regional and state tournaments; either 
neutral line-judges be provided or each team shall 
provide one line-judge and that he/she not call own 
school's matches. 

Brigid DeVries gave a financial report of the State 
Volleyball Tournament; receipts (ticket sales) 
$3,360.00 and disbursement of $9,022.98. 

Ms. DeVries informed the Committee that she will 
conduct clinics for volleyball officials and coaches 
at the following sites and times: August 17, Bowling 
Green High School, 5:30 P.M.; August 18, Louisville 
Inn, 5:30 P.M.; August 19, Newport High School, 
5:30 P.M.; August 20, Henry Clay High School, 
Lexington, 5:30 P.M. 

The Part II National Federation exam will be given 
this year to officials wanting to work for a higher 
rating. This exam will be given on one date, 
September 21, 1981. 

Assistant Commissioner DeVries called to the 
attention of the Committee members a change that 
should be made in the Officials Handbook 
published by the K.H.S.A.A. under "Uniforms". It 
should read "gym shoes" instead of "black shoes". 

There was a lengthy discussion on the major rule 
changes for 1981-82 published by the National 
Federation. 

Miscellaneous items included: A volleyball clinic 
is being held at the University of Kentucky on 
August 22, 1981. Various members of the 
Committee are to contact schools in their area that 
would be interested in providing sites for the 
regional volleyball tournaments. 

There being no further business the meeting 
adjourned. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1981 



Twenty-Second Annual Kentucky High School 

Tennis Tournament — Girls 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky, Lexington — May 29-30, 1981 

DOUBLES 



Quarter Finals 



Candy Jackson 



Seeded Players 

Murray - Jackson & Jones 
Sacred Heart - Miller & Motsch 





Murray 


Murray 


Semi-Finals 

Murray 


Finals 

Murray 




Starr Jones 


Bye 










Western 










Western 








Leslie Rohleder 


6-0; 6-2 
Tates Creek 




Lorie Leveronne 


Bye 






Male 










Mad. Central 








Paula B. Richardson 


6-0; 3-6; 7-6 
(5-3) 

Sacred Heart 








Sherri Wooton 


Male 








Beth Beanblossom 


6-2; 7-6 (5-3) 
Tates Creek 










Tates Creek 








Wendy Brown 


6-2; 6-1 
Bowling Green 








Susan Sloane 


Paul Blazer 








Teri Sanford 


6-3; 6-0 
Notre Dame 




Barb Garski 


Notre Dame 


Sacred Heart 


Monica Thelan 


6-3; 6-0 






Dela Schultz 


Bye 










Bowling Green 










Bowling Green 








Leann Murray 


3-6; 6-1; 6-4 
Sacred Heart 








Sally Scent 


Henderson Co. 








Laurie Peters 


6-0; 6-4 
Green Co. 








Patti Marshall 


Green Co. 








Sonya Wilcoxsin 


6-4; 6-4 








Linda Barnett 


Bye 










Sacred Heart 










bye 










6-0; 6-0 










Sacred Heart 








Barbara Miller 










Chrissie Motsch 







THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1981 



Page Five 



Twenty-Second Annual Kentucky High School 

Tennis Tournament — Girls 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky, Lexington — May 29-30, 1981 

SINGLES-GIRLS 



Seeded Players 

1. Gay Nutter 

2. Caroline Kuhlman 



Gay Nutter - Paris 


Nutter 


Quarter Finals 

Nutter 


Semi-Finals 
Nutter 


3 

4 

Finals 

Nutter 


. Kristen Buchanon 
. Janey Strause 




« 


Diuguid 








Lu Ann DIuguid - Christian Co. 


6-0; 6-1 
Denton 








Bye 


Kuhlman 








Clara Kuhlman - Notre Dame 


6-1; 6-0 
Harrelson 










6-1; 6-3 
Denton 








Delisa Denton - Warren Central 


6-4; 6-0 
Buchanon 








Laura Ramser - Presentation 


6-2; 6-1 
Buchanon 








Kristen Buchanon - Elizabethtown 


6-0; 6-1 
Woodrum 








Bye 


Moore 








Terri Ingram - Western 


6-2; 6-2 
Harrelson 




Nicci Moore - Montgomery Co. 




6-2; 6-3 
Harrelson 








Robin Harrelson - Atherton 


6-0; 6-1 
Woodrum 








Bye 


Kelley 








Susan Kelley - Owensboro 


6-3; 6-4 (8-6) 
Woodrum 








Bye 


Woodrum 






Gay Nutter 










Tammy Woodrum - Woodford Co. 


6-1; 6-1 
Fort 








Marcia Fort - Christian Co. 


6-0; 6-0 
Strause 








Bye 


Denton 








Amy Iracane - Owensboro 


6-4; 7-6 
Kuhlman 








Debra Denton - Warren Central 


6-2; 6-0 
Strause 








Bye 


6-1; 6-4 
Meek 








Janey Strause - Ballard 


Ewing 








Elizabeth Ewing - Central 


(Default) 








Bye 


Meek 








Dustin Meek - Paul Blazer 


7-6; 6-7; 6-1 
(5-4) (3-5) 

Kuhlman 








Pam Smith - Marion Co.; 


Default 

rk 

Walden 








Elizabeth Walden - Geo. Rogers Cla 


6-0; 6-0 








Bye 


Kuhlman 








Bye 


6-0; 6-0 








Caroline Kuhlman - Notre Dame 







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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1981 



Forty-Eighth Annual Kentucky High School 

Tennis Tournament — Boys 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky, Lexington, May 29-30, 1981 

DOUBLES — BOYS 



Quarter Finals 



Greg Daubard 



Seeded Players 

1. Trinity - Rueff & Fischer 

2. Central - Daubard & Anderson 

3. Tales Creek - Mason & Mills 





Central 


Central 


Seml-Finals 
Central 


Finals 

Central 




Kevin Anderson 


Bye 










Harrodsburg 










Harrodsburg 








Brad Long 


6-3; 6-1 
Russellville 








Bob Baughman 


Bye 










Tates Creek 










Tates Creek 








Rocky Mason 


6-3; 1-6; 7-5 
Trinity 








Greg Mills 


Bye 










Russellville 










Russellville 








Billy Jeff Burton 


6-3; 6-7; (3-5) 6-4 
Lloyd 








Brad Jones 


Murray 








Russell Edwards 


6-4; 6-4 
Lloyd 


Chuck Rueff 
Paul Fischer 




Robert Stout 


Paul Blazer 


Coleman Hall 


Trinity 


6-2; 7-5 




Jimmy Daniels 


Lloyd 








Doug Jones 


6-2; 6-0 
Apollo 








Kevin Lindemann 


Bullitt Central 








Wes Lewis 


6-4; 6-2 
Trinity 








Greg Barr 


Apollo 








Robbie Nation 


6-1; 6-2 
P. R. P. 








Robby Baggett 


Bye 










6-0; 5-7; 6-0 










PI. Ridge 








Kerry Robinson 


Trinity 








Joey Hibbs 


Bye 










6-2; 6-0 










Trinity 








Chuck Rueff 










Paul Fischer 







THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER, 1981 



Page Seven 



Forty-Eighth Annual Kentucky High School 

Tennis Tournament — Boys 

Seaton Center, University of Kentucky, Lexington, May 29-30, 1981 

SINGLES — BOYS 



Quarter 
Finals 



David Beckman - Trinity 



Seeded Players 

1. David Beckman - Trinity 

2. Paul Varga - St. Xavier 

3. Greg Hill - Henderson 

4. Jotin Watson - Model 





Beckman 


Beckman 


Semi- 
Finals 

Beckman 


6. Jay Cohen - 

Finals 

D. Beckman 




Bye 


Rudd 




Robert Rudd - Paducah Tilghman 




6-2; 6-1 
A. Varga 








Bye 


Baker 








Andy Baker - Montgomery Co. 


6-4; 6-0 
Hill 








Bye 


A. Varga 








Andrew Varga - St. Xavier 


6-0; 6-0 
Hill 








Bye 


Hill 








Greg Hill - Henderson Co. 


6-4; 6-4 
Montgomery 








Bye 


Underwood 








Don Compton - Middlesboro 


6-1; 6-1 
Cohen 




Scott Underwood - Glasgow 




6-0; 6-0 
Cohen 








Jay Cohen - Tates Creek 


6-7; 6-1; 6-4 
Montgomery 








Paul Steenken - Holy Cross 


6-4; 6-1 
Hanks 








Brad Hanks - Marion Co. 


6-3; 6-2 
Montgomery 








Rex Ecarma - Doss 


6-3; 6-3 
Ray 


Bobby 


Terry Lyons - Grayson Co. 


Montgomery 


6-3- 6-1 






Charlie Ray - Henry Clay 


6-1; 6-2 
Montgomery 








Don Weller - Russell 


6-4; 6-2 
Watson 








Bob Montgomery - Henderson Co. 


6-0; 6-0 

C. Beckman 








Charles Beckman - Trinity 


6-1; 6-2 
P. Varga 








Dan Barrett - Iroquois 


6-1; 7-5 
Watson 








Bye 


6-3; 6-1 
Fones 








John Watson - Model 


Fones 








Bye 


6-2; 6-2 








Matt Fones - Franklin Simpson 


Bratton 








Bye 


6-2; 7-5 
P. Varga 








Scott Bratton - Lone Oak 


Ziegler 








Bye 


6-1; 6-4 




Rob Ziegler - Beechwood 




Varga 








Bye 


6-1; 7-6 (5-2) 




Paul Varga - St. Xavier 









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1981-82 CROSS COUNTRY REGIONS 

The regional sites, managers and teams assigned 
to each are listed below. Each school listed will 
receive from the regional manager an information 
sheet and entry blank to the meet. 

GIRLS CLASS A 

Marshall Co. Reg. (Ed Postal Marshall Co. H.S.) - 
Crittenden Co., Fort Campbell, Fulton Co., 
Providence, University Heights, St. Mary, Trigg Co., 
Heath, South Hopkins; 

West Hardin Region (Bobby Williams, West 
Hardin H.S.) - Bardstown, Edmonson Co., Fort 
Knox, Kentucky Country Day, Portland Christian, 
Spencer Co., Caverna, Trimble Co., West Hardin; 

Harrison Co. Region (Joe Judy, Harrison Co. 
H.S.) - Anderson Co., Augusta, Carroll, Co., 
Lexington Catholic, Model, Nicholas Co., Owen 
Co., Mercer Co.; 

Pulaski Co. Region (Gordon Bocock, Pulaski Co. 
H.S.) - Berea, Corbin, Garrard Co., Harrodsburg, 
Kentucky School f/t Deaf, Somerset, Tompkinsville, 
Oneida Inst.; 

Jenkins Region (Charles Dixon, Jenkins H.S.) - 
Magoffin Co., Paintsville, Phelps, Red Bird, 
Riverside Christian, Virgie, Buckhorn, Hazard; 

Bath Co. Region (Nelson Garner, Bath Co. H.S.) - 
Hazel Green, Lee Co., Menifee Co., Morgan Co., 
University Breckinridge, Bath Co.; 

Highlands Region (Chuck Gullo, Highlands H.S.) 
- Beechwood, Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Dayton, 
Gallatin Co., Grant Co., Holy Cross, Silver Grove, 
Walton Verona. 

GIRLS CLASS AA 

Marshall Co. Reg. (Ed Postal Marshall Co. H.S.) - 
Calloway Co., Mayfield, Paducah Tilghman, Union 
Co., Webster Co., Ohio Co.; 

West Hardin Region (Bobby Williams, West 
Hardin H.S.) - Elizabethtown, Grayson Co., LaRue 
Co., North Bullitt, Barren Co., East Hardin, Meade 
Co., Ohio Co., Breckinridge, Meade Co.; 

Harrison Co. Region (Joe Judy, Harrison Co. 
H.S.) - Harrison Co., Jessamine Co., Mason Co., 
Woodford Co., Franklin Co., Scott Co.; 

Pulaski Co. Region (Gordon Bocock, Pulaski Co. 
H.S.) - Adair Co., Boyle Co., Danville, Lincoln Co., 
Pulaski Co., Taylor Co., Russell Co. 

Knox Central Region (Kim Messer, Knox Central 
H.S.) - Bell Co., Knott Co., Knox Central, McCreary 
Co., Whitesburg, Whitley Co., Middlesboro, 
Breathitt Co.; 

Bath Co. Region (Nelson Garner, Bath Co. H.S.) 
Bourbon Co., Estill Co., Montgomery Co., Rowan 
Co.; 

Highland Region (Chuck Gullo, Highlands H.S.) - 
Dixie Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Scott, 
Simon Kenton; 

Boyd Co. Region (Robert Stacey, Boyd Co. H.S.) - 
East Carter, Elliott Co., Lewis Co., Russell, Sheldon 
Clark, West Carter. 



GIRLS CLASS AAA 

Daviess Co. Region (Tony Rowe, Daviess Co. 
H.S.) - Apollo, Daviess Co., Henderson Co., 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic; 

Marshall Co. Region (Ed Postal, Marshall Co. 
H.S.) - Bowling Green, Christian Co., Hopkinsville, 
Marshall Co., Madisonville-N. Hopkins; 

St. Xavier (Bro. Borgia, St. Xavier H.S.) - Atherton, 
Butler, Central, Evangel, Iroquois, Male, Manual, 
Sacred Heart, Shawnee, Presentation Acad.; 

Trinity Region (Richard Rostel, Trinity H.S.) - 
Assumption, Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Mercy Acad., Moore, Seneca, 
Waggener; 

Western Region (Alice Brutscher, Western H.S.) - 
Angela Merici, Bishop David, Doss, Fairdale, Ninth 
& O., Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Valley, 
Western, Holy Rosary; 

Shelby Co. Region (Larry Wingfeld, Shelby Co. 
H.S.) - Bullitt Central, Marion Co., North Hardin, 
Oldham Co., Nelson Co.; 

Harrison Co. Region (Joe Judy, Harrison Co. 
H.S.) - Boone Co., Bryan Station, Campbell Co., 
Conner, Henry Clay, Holmes, Lafayette, Laurel Co., 
Notre Dame, Tates Creek; 

Boyd Co. Region (Robert Stacey, Boyd Co. H.S.) - 
Boyd Co., Clark Co., Madison Central, Paul Blazer, 
Russell. 

CLASS A BOYS 

Daviess Co. Region (Tony Rowe, Daviess Co. 
H.S.) - Bremen, Central City, Drakesboro, Frederick 
Fraize, Graham, Greenville, Hancock Co., 
Muhlenberg Central, Trinity (Whitesville); 

Marshall Co. Region (Ed Postal, Marshall Co. 
H.S.) - Crittenden Co., Fort Campbell, Fulton, 
Fulton Co., Lyon Co., Providence, St. Mary, Trigg 
Co., University Heights, Heath, Souih Hopkins; 

West Hardin Region (Bobby Williams, West 
Hardin H.S.) - Bardstown, Caverna, Edmonson Co., 
Fort Knox, Green Co., Kentucky Country Day, 
Portland Christian, Spencer Co., West Hardin, 
Trimble Co.; 

Pulaski Co. Region (Gordon Bocock, Pulaski Co. 
H.S.) - Campbellsville, Corbin, Garrard Co., 
Harrodsburg, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, Metcalfe 
Co., Oneida Inst., Somerset, Tompkinsville, 
Williamsburg; 

Jenkins Region (Charles Dixon, Jenkins H.S.) - 
Betsy Layne, Buckhorn, Hazard, Jackson, Jenkins, 
Magoffin Co., Paintsville, Phelps, Red Bird, 
Riverside Christian, Virgie, Allen Central; 

Bath Co. Region (Nelson Garner, Bath Co. H.S.) - 
Fleming Co., Hazel Green, Lee Co., Maysville, 
Menifee Co., Morgan Co., Tollesboro, University 
Breckinridge, Wolfe Co., Bath Co.; 

Harrison Co. Region (Joe Judy, Harrison Co. 
H.S.) - Anderson Co., Augusta, Carroll Co., 
Frankfort, Lexington Catholic, Madison, 
Millersburg Military Inst., Model, Nicholas Co., 
Owen Co., Sayre, Williamstown, Mercer Co. 



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Highlands Region (Chucl< Gullo, Highlands M.S.) 
- Beechwood, Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Covington 
Latin, Dayton, Gallatin Co., Grant Co., Holy Cross, 
Ludlow, St. Henry, Silver Grove, Walton Verona. 

CLASS AA BOYS 

Marshall Co. Region (Ed Postal, Marshall Co. 
H.S.) - Calloway Co., Mayfield, Ohio Co., Paducah 
Tilghman, Union Co.. Webster Co.; 

West Hardin Region (Bobby Williams, West 
Hardin H.S.) - Breckinridge Co., North Bullitt, 
Barren Co., Meade Co., Washington Co.; 

Harrison Co. Region (Joe Judy, Harrison Co. 
H.S) - Harrison Co., Jessamine Co., Mason Co., 
Pendleton Co., Scott Co., Woodford Co., Franklin 
Co., Western Hills; 

Pulaski Co. Region (Gordon Bocock, Pulaski Co. 
H.S.) - Adair Co., Boyle Co., Danville, Lincoln Co., 
Pulaski Co., Taylor Co., Russell Co.; 

Knox Central Region (Tommy Smith, Knox 
Central H.S.) - Bell Co., Knott Co., Knox Central, 
McCreary Central, Whitesburg, Whitley Co., 
Breathitt Co., Middlesboro; 

Bath Co. Region (Nelson Garner, Bath Co. H.S.) - 
Bourbon Co., Estill Co., Montgomery Co., Rowan 
Co.; 

Highlands Region (Chuck Gullo, Highlands 
H.S.) - Covington Catholic, Dixie Heights, 
Highlands, Newport, Newport Catholic, Scott, 
Simon Kenton, Lloyd Memorial; 

Boyd Co. Region (Robert Stacey, Boyd Co. H.S.) - 
East Carter, Elliott Co., Johnson Central, Lewis Co., 
Russell, Sheldon Clark, West Carter. 

CLASS AAA BOYS 

Daviess Co. Region (Tony Rowe, Daviess Co. 
H.S.) - Apollo, Daviess Co., Henderson Co., 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic; 

Marshall Co. Region (Ed Postel, Marshall Co. 
H.S.) - Bowling Green, Christian Co., Hopkinsville, 
Madisonville, Marshall Co., Warren Central; 

St. Xavier Region (Bro. Borgia, St. Xavier H.S.) - 
Atherton, Butler, Central, Evangel, Iroquois, Male, 
Manual, St. Xavier, Shawnee; 

Trinity Region (Richard Rostel, Trinity H.S.) - 
Assumption, Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Moore, Seneca, Trinity, Waggener; 

Western Region (Alice Brutscher, Western H.S.) - 
Bishop David, DeSales, Doss, Fairdale, Ninth & O., 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Southern, Valley, Western; 

Shelby Co. Region (Larry Wingfeld. Shelby Co. 
H.S.) - Bullitt East, Bullitt Central, Marion Co., 
North Hardin, Nelson Co., Oldham Co., Shelby Co.; 

Harrison Co. Region (Joe Judy, Harrison Co. 
H.S.) - Boone Co., Bryan Station, Campbell Co., 
Conner, Henry Clay, Holmes, Tates Creek, Laurel 
Co.; 

Boyd Co. Region (Robert Stacey, Boyd Co. H.S.) - 
Boyd Co., Clark Co., Greenup Co.. Madison 
Central, Paul Blazer, Russell. 



RATINGS ON 
BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

The following ratings were received on basketball 
officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. during 1980- 
81. 



REGION I 

McGinty, L.V. Jr., Poe, Buddy; Green, Don; Cash, 
Charles; Jackson, Dennis; Finley, Howard; Brewer, 
Preston; Higdon, Sam; Morris, Bobby; Akin, Clyde; 
Geurin, Joe; Featherstone, Jerry; Miller, Harold; 
Carter, Mike; Harper, James; Henson, Don; Stokes, 
Cubb; Purcell, Ken; Latham, Billy; Murt, Gene; 
Saylors, Carlee; Pandolfi, Tom; Hargrove, David; 
Paitsel, Jim; Thompson, Allen; Spahr, David; 
Guthrie, Gilliam; Burdette, Randall; Pruitt, Greg; 
Boykin, Arthur; Williams, Greg; Madding Eugene; 
Spahr, Scott; Myers, Fred; Majors, Jeff; Willett, Joe; 

REGION II 

Moser, Rudy; Browning, Wayne; Beshears, Jim; 
Rogers, Eldridge; Hammons, Norman; Holt, Robert 
Lile, Clyde; Colley, Lynn; Davis, Jay; East, William; 
Mitchell, Curtis; Cox, Rufus; Ringstaff, Roy; Holt, 
Ronald; Boisture, Roy; Goldey, William; Burton, 
Billy; Knauer, Glen; Stone, Sidney; Menser, Scott; 
Pierce, Frank; Crick, Dwaine; Bugg, James; 
Vaughn, Ronald; Bullock, James; Carlton, Robert; 
Kluepfel, Joe; Johnson, Frank; Griffith, Mike; 
Hughes, Roy; Jennings, Jeff; Moore, Dean; 

REGION III 

Divine, Wayne; Barnes, Barry; Hill, James; Long, 
Jim; Everly, Phyllis; Nash, Rick; Jones, Ken; Everly, 
Randy; Fox, Joanna; Holland, David; Wilson, Ken; 
Estes, Walter; Fades, Mark; Day, Jack; Milam, 
Jimmy; Thomas, Durward; Barnes, Conrad; 
Thompson, Cecil; Cessna, Clay; Howard, Dwight; 
Davis, Harold; Etienna, Don; King, Curtis; Brown, 
David; Mattingiy, Terry; Augustino, Yona; Geary, 
James Quinsenberry, David; Buckman, Bill; Read, 
Ray; James, David; Loney, Earl; Brown, Gary; 
Dotson, Scott; Francis, Conrad; Trogdien, Harley; 
King, Carl; 

REGION V 

Gilbert, Jerry; Brashear, Loy; Stikeleather, Clyde; 
Spencer, Irv; Durbin, Hade; Williams, Bobby; 
Downs, Joe; Wilson, Paul; Crutcher, Paul; Spalding, 
Randall; Myers, Ron; Gardner, Gary; Morse, 
Richard; Hawkins, don; Cook, Preston; Cross, 
Roger; Strain, Richard; Revis, David; Houk, Jack; 
Shaw, Don; Skaggs, Bobby; Hilton. Billy; Crutcher, 
Marion; Vincent, Jack; Gaddie, Gary; Reif, Harry; 
Fraizer, Mac; Bartley, Joe; Guptin, Lawrence; 
Thomas, Mike; Allen, Tom; Edwards, Wayne; 
Winfrey, Shelby; Gupton, George; Hawkins, 
Stewart; Hayes, David; Vinson, Ray; Beard, Dusty; 
Wade, Chas; Wright, Gary; Wade, Sharon; 



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REGION VI & VII 

Gatterdam, Ed; Sims, Frank; DuVall, Tom; Redle, 
Joel; Monks, Ron; Baker, Jan; Brothers, Dottie; Bell, 
Ron; Hatfield, Rip; Stovall, Cathy; TIndell, Cliff; 
Coffman, Steve; Newton, Dennis; Driskell, Earl; 
Gibson, Russ; Hayes, Pete; Meredith, Billy; Bell, 
Clarence; Lambert, Irv; Weihe, Bob; Smith, Ron; 
MCGrath, Bob; Eaves, Jim; Latkovski, Andy; 
Gentry, Dale; Weber, Tom; Clark, Ken; Taylor, Don; 
Jansen, Jean; Brockman, Ken; Hourigan, Tim; 
McAnally, Tom; Bryant, Jim; Compton, Al; 
Emmons, Guy; Cecil, Ron; Hackett, Wilbur; Pearl, 
George; Szyper, Dick; Brockman, Ken; Thomas, 
Bill; Decker, Jim; Reader, Bob; Strong, Charlie; 
Brew/er, Charles; Decker, Jim; Heckel, Charles; 
Heckel, Richard; Baldvi/in, Dennis; Hammock, Don; 
Henderson, Roger; Holt, Tim; Kazunas, Jerry; 
Hickey, Tom; Head, Jack; Williams, Terry; Nelligan, 
Mike; Hatfield, Dan; Stuedle, Ray; Shartzer, Steve; 
Ritchie, Bill; Biblehauser, Nancy; Durbin, Roy; 
Brov\/n, Judy; Gillespie, Vicky; Singleton, Bobby; 
Lawson,Stan; Shake, Ken; Stephenson, Joe; Stober, 
Martha; Cooper, Fred; Woosley, Don; Beck, Bob; 
Kistner, Gary; Atzinger, Phyllis; McPike, Ray; 
Ogden, Paul; Effinger, Sherry; White, Curtis; Morris, 
Larry; Bain, Stan; Salyer, Hank; Marquett, Ralph; 
Barton, Ron; Carey, Jim; 

REGION VIM 
Stethen, James; Dyke, Dean; Gordon, Roy; Hicks, 
Gene; Taylor, Bill; Camacho, Marcus; Stark, Doug; 
Feger, George; Williams, Gary; Kellam, Steve; Lee, 
David; Williams, Donnie; McMillen, Larry; Studle, 
Ronald; Maddox, Bobby; Peyton, William; Jackson, 
Steve; Doll, Allen; Dant, Joe; Stark, Allen; Morris, 
J.C; Hedges, Dennis; Dixon, Oscar; Wilson, Plomer 
Jr.; Thornberry, Gary; Hunt, Larry; Isham, Buford; 
Davis, John; Davis, Bobby; 

REGION IX 
Hummel, Tom; Moore, Franklin; Sullivan, Dan L.; 
Liggett, Ernie; Thompson, Tom; Roesel, Joe; 
Freppon, Tom; Moore, Bob; Smith, Bill; Wolfe, 
Dennis; Haas, Tom; Rich, Dennis; Arnold, Jim; 
Vories, Dick; Hummel, Joe; Brow^n, Steve; Uriage, 
Dick; Shields, Don; Delaney, Bill; Swope, Tom; 
Hickey, Tom; Weyer, Jim; Buerger, Tim; Perry, 
Charles; Gabbard, Ray; Vories, Gary; Chappie, 
Charles; Thompson, Jerry; Vories, Kent; Mohr, 
Tom; Bauman, Mike; Schneider, Don; Bond, Terry; 
Darnell, Nick; Grieme, Bill; Penick, Dave; Stoker, 
Steve; Schomaker, Charles; Bertsch, Ron; Peeno, 
Harry; Flesch, Jerry; McDow/ell, Ben; Meyer, Dave; 
Scott, Emmanual; Heilman, Glen; Grefer, Tom; 
Florence, Joe; Morris, Tom; Kristoff, Dave; 
Brockman, Tom; Brausch, Dave; Rouse, Tom; 
Coleman, Ron; Morris, Ed; Gregg, Lonnie; Burkhart, 
Bob; Fitzer, Carl; Home, Jordan; Wooldridge, Jim; 
Bradenberg, Tom; Wright, Bob; Sullivan, Dan P.; 
Schvi^enden, Jeff; Fields, Jerry; Sullivan, Rick; 
Trapp, Chuck; Bishop, Paul; Tyler, Reed; 
Washnock, Dick; Smith, John; Weinel, Dick; Malik, 
Haschon; Huber, Jerry; Weinel, Tim; Robbins, Mike; 



Douthwaite, Don; Bernes, Tom; Ponchot, Joe; 
Simpson, Randy; Hicks, Ken; McCarthy, Steve; Ellis, 
Mike; Druck, Dave Strong, Terry; Veach, Gary; 
Baker, Jim; Switzer, Dick; Strong, Bob; Gosney, 
Donna; Cooper, John; Jent, Dick; Crittenden, 
Glenn; Obel, Dave; Haskell, Dan; Hamilton, Tom; 
Hamilton, Dan; Fessler, Joe; Mayberry, Glenn; 
Speagle, Mark; Benton, Jeff; Otoole, Dennis; 
Wilson, Larry, Yelton, Nick; 

REGION X & XI 

Hampton, Doug; Middleton, John; Bair, David; Cox, 
Ken; Radjunas, John; Devary, Bill; Jenkins, Burney; 
Williams, Roger; Wade, Kent; Carpenter, Jasper; 
Thompson, Joe; Boucher, Larry; Byars. Don; Lusby, 
George; Ebel, Jack; Reffitt, Tom; Chasteen, Rick; 
Johns, Jim; Johnson, Jerry; Lenox, Mike; Catron, 
Mike; Morgan, Chuck; Mullins, Bill; Thompson, 
Tommy; McNulty, Bob; Shuck, Tommy; Basler, 
Mel; Billips, Doug; Thompson, Gary; Pickrell, Jerry; 
Maines, George; Smith, Ron; Brow^n Barry; Turpin, 
Don; Buis, Mike; Johnson, Jim; Moore, Ron; 
Rhodus, Harry; Drake, John; Straus, Bill; Parker, 
Steve; McClure, Jerry; Eads, Ron; Hunt, William; 
Owens, Bruce; Peters, Fred; Patterson, Stan; 
VanHooser, Phil; Owsley, Robert; Kemper, Nancy; 
Hughs, Brenda; Brock, Jack; Catron, Ken; Tuttle, 
Walter; Story, John; Overstreet, Walt; Lashley, Dan; 
Denton, Calvin; Adkins, Madison; Turpin, Ron; 
Adams, Beverly; Unfress, Linda; Owens, Pete; 
Brown, Scoop; Damron, Adam; Clark, Ed; Hiten, 
Mark; Walker, Keith; Angelucci, Mondo; Porter, 
David; Griffin, Dave; Oser, Larry; Hainline, Chas; 
Johnson, Kenneth; Witt, Bobby; Cook, Don; Ehe, 
Steve; Sargent, Bill; Laska, Barbara; Farhat, Ned; 
Denham, Ed; Bell, Henry; Ratliff, Larry; Fritz, John; 
Yeiser, Gerry; Bissett, Bill; Wilke, Craig; Rutledge, 
David; Burns, Ralph; Hart, Peggy; Short, John; 
Sever, Bill; Madison, Tex; Thomas, Ben; Barker, 
David; Mitchell, Doug; Sheehan, Tim; Tyree, 
Preston; Hostetler, Bill; Lane, Marion; Woods, 
Steven; Turley, Chris; Sewell, William; Barnett, 
Donald; Russell Lynn; Hayslett, Leigh; Fannin, 
Robert; Higgins, Larry; Brautigam, D.; Engie, Vince; 
Gayton, Larry; Soule, Terry; Burbage, Randell; 
Hicks, Mike; 

REGION XII 

Spoonamore, Jim; Turner, Keenan; Wilson, Bruce; 
Hargis, Noel; Wallace, John; Sparrow, John; 
Randolph, Woody; Mazey, Richard; Shaw, Earl; 
Sowder, Bill; Gordon, Dwight; Vaught, Marvin; 
Cornelison, Mike; Farley, Jim; Flynn, Steve; 
Sanders, John David; Bullock, Larry; Luttrell, Daisy; 
Brown, Ronnie; Rousey, Jimmy; Gordon, Jimmy; 
Atwood, Bobby; Hupp, Ronnie; Cash, Clayton; 
Glenn, Edwards; Roberts, Danny; Morrison, 
Donnie; Haste, Fred; Sullivan, Corky; Collins, David; 
Alexander, Wendell; Creekmore, Milford; Larkin, 
Arnold; Woodrum, Jim; Carr, David; Vito, Paul; 
Larkin, Allen; Light, Larry; Hacker, David; Feltner, 
Doug; 



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REGION XIII 

Pietnowski, Paul; Seivy, Curt; Cupp, Jack Maxey, 
Mike; Centers, Mike; Howard, James; Jeffers, Steve; 
Morgan, Richard; Anders, Raleigh; Ensslin, Charles; 
Brown, Wendell; Hammons, George; Bruner, Jack; 
Fields, Rufus; Idol, Billy J. Sr.; Johnson, Mike; 
Alexander, Ron; Kersey, Andy; Cook, Chandler; 
Roark, David; Evans, Alvin; White, William; Rhodes, 
Cecil; Martin, Terry; Fletcher, John; Smith, Benny; 
Hodge, Bill; Ashurst, Mike; Osborne, Ron; Smith, 
Gary; Lawson, Sonny; Ball, Phillip; Leigh, Steve; 
Baldwin, Carl; Hubbard, Oscar; Doizer, Denny; 
Mosley, Doug; Carnes, Dwight; Houtchins, Tom; 
Golden, George; Jewell, William; Beckner, Gene; 
Foutch, Enoch Jr.; Gambrel, Don; Cooper, Mary; 

REGION XIV 
Allen, Yvon; Jones, Denver; Combs, Henry; Dixon, 
Billy; Hall, Tommy; Kirk, Charles; Feltner, Danny; 
Vanover, J.W.; Gabbard, John; Campbell, Dexter; 
Francis, Frank; Brewer, Lloyd; Brewer, Jerry; 
Whitaker, Charles; Smallwood, Talmadge; 
Mcintosh, Carl; Smith, Roy; Bailey, Harrison; 
Feltner, Paul; Tolllver, Jerry; Conninghan, Robert; 
Turner, Mike; Mulllns, Harold; Cakes, Jim; Smiley, 
James; Williams, Buford; Polly, Rex; Oakes, 
Tommy; Hall, Don; 

REGION XV 
Hall, William W.; Runyon, Tommy; Collier, Burnard 
Bevlns, Wallace I.; Butcher, Stephen; Bogar, Darryl 
Copley, Sidney M.; Seavers, Joe; Casey, Ancie Lee 



Wallen, Wendell L.; Combs, Sherman; Crisp, Jackie 
Day; Tucker, Phillip A.; Hopson, James E.; 
Kessinger, Michael; Woosley, Darrell; Newsome, 
Cecil Jr.; May, Paul L.; Bell, Gregory; Varney, 
Gregory; Pelphrey, Joe D.; Spears, Ronnie; Looney, 
James D.; Hall, Jack; Hall, W. Keith; Elswick, B.J.; 
Hunt, G. Dale; Parker, Lowell D.; Hamilton, Paul; 
Rhodes, Warren; Powell, Billy; Pelphrey, Jack; 
Stacey, David; Taylor, Ed; Kelly, Dolph; Diamond, 
Rufus; Adkins, Charles W.; Ryan, Clifford; Flanery, 
Rabon; Van Horn, Mike; Thompson, Robert E.; 
Polly, Glay; Elkins, James Wayne; Wells, Charles; 

REGION XVI 

Moore, Marivn; Banks, Buddy; Hardin, Don; Kouns, 
Bob, Jackson, Bob; Johnson, Walter; Collins, 
Hubert; McKenzie, Dwight; Cundiff, Curt; Ramey, 
Gary; Thornsbury, Brice; McKenzie, Jim; Radjunas, 
Ed; Simpson, Jim; Dixon, Ron; Greene, Bert; Wages, 
Bob; Cox, Jim; Hardin, Phillip; Plummer, Bill; Asher, 
Ralph; Craft, Bob; Hale, Chris; Hobbs, Charles; 
Hyland, Dick; Newman, Bill; Thomas, Leonard; 
Johnson, Lynn; McMahan, Brad; Branham, George; 
Godbey, Tom; May, Bill; Blecher, Scott, Vance; 
Sammons, Tim; Fritchner, John; Loperfido, Rick; 
Arnold, Ed; Allen, Chris; Mulllns, Ray; Cook, Ed; 
Evans, Ron; Steward, Jim; Handy, Gene; Stevens, 
Terry; Robinson, Ted; Vanhoose, Charles; Grayson, 
Don; Clark, Kenneth; Daniel, Phil; Clevenger, Mike; 
Tickner, Bill. 



1981-82 VOLLEYBALL OFFICIALS 

Registered with the K.H.S.A.A. as of September 1, 1981 



ALLEN, Charles G. - 108 Mackie Ct., Louisville 

40214 - 502/366-7449; 744-8661 
BALDWIN, Denny - 4605 Myrick PI,, Valley Station 

40272 - 935-0667 
BANCROFT, John F. - 3911 Poplar Level Road, 

Louisville 40213 - 451-6537, 367-6411 
BANCROFT, Mary Ann - 3911 Poplar Level Road, 

Louisville 40213 - 451-6437 
BARRE, Nancy J. - 717 Parkview Dr., Taylor Mill 

41013 -491-2128 
BIRKENHAUER, Olivia A. - 9 Sheridan Dr., 

Alexandria 41001 -635-2622,874-9200 
BLAIR, M. Gall - 152 Brandywine, Burlingotn 41005 

606/586-5665; 371-8656 
BLANFORD, Robert J. - 5609 Burns Dr., Louisville 

40216 -447-4133 
BROWN, Teri Jean - 537 Rossford Ave., Ft. Thomas 

41075 - 781-0220, 261-5922 
CALDWELL, Linda S. - 162 Clover Ridge, Ft. 

Thomas 41075 - 606/441-1626 
CURLY, Mary Jean - 1503 Goddard Ave., Louisville 

40204 - 502/458-6981; 426-3131 
DINGLE, Wiliam A.J. Jr. - 739 Bishop Drive, 

Lexington 40405 - 299-0812, 232-2023 



JACKSON, Robert W. - 7489-H, 5th Armd Div Rd, Ft. 

Knox 40121 - 624-1771, 624-1442 
JANSEN, Jean - Rt. 6, Box 256, Shepherdsville 

40165 -955-6159 
LEAHY, Tena - 1320 Homeview Dr., Louisville40215 

634-1344, 448-4620 
MERCKER, George E. - 1017 Ky. Home Life BIdg., 

Louisville 40202 - 451-8399, 585-4251 
ONEY, Leo T. Jr. - 1027 Raceland Ave., Raceland 

41169 -606/836-5550 
PATTERSON. John T. - 4826 Warbler Way, 

Louisville 40213 - 968-6720 
STOBER, Martha - 10123 Headley Hill, Louisville 

40223 - 425-541 1 
TROYER, Stephen R. - 320 Larch Ln., Lexington 

40505 - 252-2766, 232-4817 
WESSELING, Katie - 2852 Dry Ridge ct.. Villa Hills 

41016 - 331-6558, 342-7522 
WESTERMAN, Carol G. - 4750 Brownsboro Rd., 

Louisville 40207 - 502/895-1055; 896-4838 
WILLIAMS, James A. - 112 Green Street, Horse 

Cave 42749 - 786-2867, 758-2214 
WYCHULIS, Beth - 9809 Encino Ct., Louisville 

40223 - 425-1368; 584-6145 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR SEPTEMBER. 1981 



1981 NATIONAL FEDERATION FOOTBALL 
Early Season Questions 

PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS 

RULE BOOK — Page 30 - Play at the top and Page 50 - play in the middle - both plays refer to "crawling". Since we took crawling out of the 

definitions - cross out the plays. Page 33 - rule 6-3-1 . 4th line - delete "or a safety, other than a punt." 

CASE BOOK — Play 29- in 2nd line it should be A1 instead of B. Play 7.4.3.- reference is 2-3-3 instead of 2-3-4. Play 9.3.1c -delete in ruling 

"because A1 is obviously out of the play." 

SIMPLIFIED AND ILLUSTRATED — Page 16 - top - change 15 yards to 5 yards. Page 90 - bottom - change touchdown to field goal. 



1 PLAY: Rl makes a valid fair catch signal; (a) while Kl'shighpuntis 
beyond the scrimmage line, or (b) while K1 s high punt is 5 yards 
short of crossing the line of scrimmage A stiff wind blows the ball 
back on K's side of the line in (a) and prevents the ball from 
crossmg the line in (b) In (a) and (b), Rl catches the kick on K's 
side of the line Rl advances in (b). 

RULING: The signal in (a) is valid as the ball is beyond the line of 
scrimmage at the time Rl signals. The resulting catch is not a fair 
catch but the ball becomes dead when caught. The covering 
official should sound his whistle to prevent any advance Rl has 
protection only on R's side of the line. The kickers may catch or 
recover the kick on K's side of the line and advance. In (b), the 
signal is Illegal as the ball was not beyond the line at the time of the 
signal. The play in (b) will be allowed to continue untti the down 
ends at which time enforcement of the penalty for the illegal signal 
will be considered, {2-3-2. 5; 4-2-2g. 6-5-4. 6-5-6 Pen.; 10-3-1a) 
COMMENT: If the ball did not become dead after Rl catches it on 
K's side of the line, it would give Rl an advantage (because of the 
valid signal) not intended by the rules, The valid signal by Rl alerts 
the kickers that Rl gives up any attempt to advance the ball in 
return for protection beyond the line 

2 PLAY: A1 breaks into the clear on his own 40-yard line. B1 and B2 
move into tackle A1 , A1 veers into Bl and initiates contact with his 
helmet in an attempt to punish his opponent, A1 fumbles after 
making contact and 82 recovers on the 50-yard line 
RULING: Spearing foul on A1, Team B may retain possession by 
declining the penalty A1 is disqualified from the game whether the 
penalty is accepted or declined Disqualification is a separate 
procedure not subject to acceptance or declination of the penalty, 
A disqualified player must always be removed (2-29; 10-5-4) 

3 PLAY: A1 is illegally in motion at the snap. A2's forward pass is in 
flight when Bl spears A2. The pass falls incomplete. 
RULING: This is a double foul. The penalties cancel and the down 
is replayed, Bl must be disqualified even though a distance penalty 
is not assessed, (10-2-1a; 10-5-4) 

4, PI^Y: K1 s punt is high and not very deep. A strong wind blows the 
punt back to K's side of theline where K2 gives a fair catch signal 
and catches the kick. Team R players stop short of contact after the 
signal but pursue and tackle K2 after he advances. 
RULING: A fair catch signal by the kickers is always an illegal 
signal. Only members ofthe receiving team can makeafaircatchin 
specific situations and by implication only receiving team 
members can signal The penalty for the illegal signal occurs 
during a loose ball play and if accepted, would be enforced 
accordinglv. (2-3-2. 5; 6-5-1; 6-5-6 Pen.; 10-3-1a) 

5- PLAY: A1 throws a forward pass across the line which is touched by 
eligible A2 and is muffed high into the air. While the muffed ball is in 
the air: (a) ineligible A3 blocks Bl away from the ball; or (b) 
ineligible A3 touches the ball in an attempt to catch it. 
RULING: Legal action in (a) but pass interference in (b). After A2 
touches the ball, eligible offensive team players may use hands or 
arms. Pass interference restrictions for eligibles have ended. 
However, an ineligibleTeam A playermay not touch the pass until a 
Team B member has touched it. The ineligibles, however, may 
block an opponent to keep him from getting to the ball or to help a 
teammate in secunng possession. (7-5-5c; 9-2-1 c) 

6 PLAY: KTs punt is beyond the line when Rl signals for a fair catch 
on R's side of the line of scrimmage. However, the punt comes 
down on K's side of the line of scrimmage and is recovered by R2. 
RULING: The signal by Rl is not illegal since it was made beyond 
the line of scrimmage and between the goal lines and at a time a fair 
catch could be made. The play will be blown dead immediately 
when R2 recovers the kick since the signal by Rl has alerted the 
kickers that there would be no advance, (2-3-2, 3; 6-5-4) 

7. PLAY: Rl signals for a fair catch on K's side of the line of 
scrimmage. However, the kicked ball comes down on R's side of the 



scrimmage line where it bounces in the air and is recovered by R2 

RULING: The signal by Rl is illegal since it was made where a fair 
catch could not be made. The penalty is enforced as any loose ball 
penalty. The kickers may either have a replay of the down following 
the 5-yard penalty assessed against R or they may take the results 
of the play. (2-3-6; 6-2-6; 6-5-6 Pen.; 10-3-1a) 

8, PLAY: A1 throws a forward pass from the 50-yard line. While the 
ball is in the air, A1 is roughed by B1.Thereafter,A2 catches the ball 
at B's 20-yard line and is downed on the 15-yard line. 
RULING: Team A may either take the results of the play oraccept 
the penalty for the roughing committed by Bl If A accepts the 
results of the play, they will have the ball on B's 15-yard line. If A 
accepts the penalty, it will be enforced from the previous spot and 
the down will be replayed, or it it results in a 1 st down, it would be a 
1st down for Team A from B's 35-yard line. The foul occurred 
during a loose ball play and the acceptance of the penalty dictates 
that the foul be enforced from the previous spot. (9-3-3; 10-3-1 a; 
10-3-2) 
9- PLAY: A1 throws a forward pass behind the line to ineligible A2 A2 
catches the ball and while still behind the line, throws a forward 
pass beyond the line. While the incomplete pass by A2 is in the air 
(a) A3 interferes with Bl; or (b) Bl interferes with A3 
RULING: The pass from A1 and A2 is an illegal pass. However. The 
pass thrown by A2 is a legal forward pass, in both (a) and (b). In (a). 
it IS a multiple foul by Team A Team B will have a choice of either 
accepting the penalty for the illegal pass or the penalty for the pass 
interference. In (b), the foul by Bl causes this to be a double foul 
and the down will be replayed The fact that an illegal pass was 
thrown prior to the legal pass does not cancel the pass interference 
restricitons. (7-5-2c; 7-5-6; 10-2-1a) 

10. PLAY: Fourth and 8 for K from their own 35-yard line. The snap 
from center is bad and the ball is muffed by K1. K1 attempts to 
scoop up the ball, and has it for a moment but muffs it again. As the 
ball is rolling loose behind the line. K1 kicks the ball downfield 
While the ball is in flight, and before it is touched by any player of 
either team, it strikes K2 on the helmet while K2 is 15 yards beyond 
the neutral zone. The ball bounces downfield and rolls dead on R's 
25, The covering official subsequently blows his whistle with no 
player of either team in possession of the ball. 
RULING: When K1 kicked the loose ball, it was an illegal kick. No 
player shall intentionally kick a ball other than a free kick or 
scrimmage kick. A scrimmage kick may be either a punt, drop kick 
or place kick from behind the scrimmage line before team 
possession has changed. A place kick is a legal kick made while the 
ball is in a fixed position on the ground or on a tee. A drop kick is a 
legal kick by a player who drops the ball and kicks it when it 
touches the ground or as it isnsing, Apunt isalegalkick by a player 
who drops the ball and kicks it before it touches the ground. The 
action of K1 does not fit any of these definitions. The act is illegal. 
The 15-yard penalty, if accepted, would be enforced from the spot 
where K1 kicked the ball If the penalty is declined, the ball would 
belong to Team K at the 25-yard line since only on a legal kick does 
the ball belong to the receivers if no team is in possession at the end 
of the down. The fact that the ball touched K2's helmet is 
disregarded. (2-15-1, 2, 3; 6-2-3; 9-6-2) 

11 PLAY: Fourth and 3 for K from their own 10-yard line A scrimmage 
kick by K1 is muffed beyond the line by Rl and rebounds back into 
K's end zone where it is simultaneously recovered by opposing 
players. 

RULING: Touchdown When any scrimmage kick is out-of-bounds 
between the goal lines or becomes dead inbounds between the 
goal lines while no player is in possession or inbounds anywhere 
while opponents are in ioint possession, the ball Is awarded to R. 
Since the kick was muffed beyond the line and there has been no 
possession, it is still a kick into K's own end zone It K is in 
possession at the end of the down, it is safety If R is in possession 
or there is joint possession, it is a touchdown (4-2-2e, 6-2-7; 8-2-2) 



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ALDRIDGE, James R. 
ALLEN, James E 
ALLISON, Richard G. 
ALMAND, David F. 
AMMERI^AN, Robert P. 
ANDERS, Raleigh A. 
ARFLIN, Tracy T. 
ARTHUR, Paul E. 
BACKERT, Tony 
BALDWIN, Denny 
BARBOUR, R Barry 
BARKER, David H 
BARKER, Norman D. 
BARNEY, Gregory R. 
BARTH, Donald Keith 
BARTLETT, Charles W. 
BATTERTON, Keith 
BAUIvlAN, Cease 
BELL, Clarence T 
BELL, Ronald Keith 
BELL, Clarence T 
BERNARDINI, Bruno 
BLACK, Charles D. Jr. 
BLACKFORD, Robert L. 
BLEMKER, Ray 
BOCOOK, Earl 
BOGAR, Joseph D 
BOND, Terry Lee 
BOTTOMS, William E. 
BOTTLES, Donald W. 
BRADFORD, Robert L. 
BRAI^BLE, James L. 
BRANSOM, Ben P. Jr. 
BRAUSCH, Charles J. 
BREWER, Jerry 
BREWER, Lloyd 
BROWN, John W. "Scoop" 
BROWN, Herman G. 
BROWN, Wendell 
BRUMMETT, Don 
BUCKLFY, Robert S. Jr. 
BULLOCK, James D. 
BURCHETT, James B. 
BURGESS, Blair D. Sr. 
BURGESS, Oley 
BURKEEN, Phillip C 
BURRUS, Lee R. Jr. 
BUTLER, Robert D. 
CARR, Billy W. 
CARR, Lawrence W 
CLARK, John E. 
CLARK, Owen B 
CLAYTON, Noel B. 
CLEMENTS, William P. Jr. 
CLEMMONS, Sam 
CLINE, Nick L. 
COLE, Robert J Jr. 
COLEMAN, Louis H. 
COLLEY, Lynn W. 
COLLINS, Ronald K. 
CONLIN, Martin T. 
COOK, Chandlar D 
CORBETT, J. Byron 
COUCH, William J. 
COX, Robert W 
CRAFT, Albert B. 
CRUTCHER, James Marion 
CRUTCHER, John M. 
CRUTCHER, Paul 
CURRENT, Ellis Ray 
DAVIDSON, Harlan Jr. 
DAVIS, Ralph C. 
DAY, Richard W. 
DAY, Roy E. 
DELANEY, William T. 
DENTON, William J. 
DeSENSI, W. C. 
DEWEES, William L. Jr. 
DICKENS, William D. 
DOWNS, Gil 
DOWNS, Joseph W. 
DOYLE, Danny K. 
DRAKE, Richard R. 



DUFF, William C. 
DURDEN, John R. 
DURHAM, Tom 
EASLEY, Dan W. 
EASTERLY, C. Thomas 
ELDRIDGE, Wayne R. 
ELKIN, Larry 
ELOVITZ, Carl J. 
EMMONS, Guy W. 
ETIENNE, Donald H. 
EWEN, George D. 
EWING, Roger G. 
FARMER, Garland R. 
FAY, John C. 
FELTNER, Danny R. 
FENIMORE, Clarke E. 
FERRELL, Ronnie D. 
FINCK, Dennis R. 
FISH, LeIand G. 
FRALEY, Charlie L. 
FRANK, Joseph Gary 
FRAZER, Tom Roe 
FRIEDMAN, Charles M. 
FRYREAR, Bill P. 
FUCHS, Charles C. 
FURLONG, W. E. 
FUTRELL, Keith M. 
GALLAHER, Jack F. 
GASTINEAU, Joby A. Ill 
GELBKE, Gilbert M. 
GENTRY, Dale J. 
GETTLER, John F 
GFELL, George V. 
GILKERSON, Pat H. 
GILLIAM, Randy 
GOBER, John S. 
GOBLE, Kenneth R. Sr. 
GODBEY, Tom 
GOUR, Bob 
GRAAS, Oscar 
GRAHAM, Jim 
GREENWELL, Robert A. 
GREEN, Donald P. 
GREFER, Thomas J. 
GUMBLE, Artie 
GUTTERMAN, James D. 
GUY, Newton S. 
HACKETT, Wilbur L. Sr. 
HADDEN, Newell 
HAGAN, Michael J. 
HALL, Charles E. 
HAMBY, Thomas E. 
HAMMOCK, Don L. 
HAMMONS, George F. 
HANCOCK, Norbert E. 
HARRIS, David L. 
HATFIELD, James B. 
HAWKINS, Donald H. 
HEABERLIN, Robert L. 
HEABERLIN, William S. Jr. 
HEABERLIN, William S. Sr. 
HEAD, Lon E. 
HELTON, Leslie 
HENDERSON, Charles A. 
HILL, James P. 
HILLYER, Charles L. 
HOFFMAN, Thomas A. 
HOLZKNECHT, Thomas 
HOPSON, James E, 
HORSMAN, Bill 
HOUCHENS, Tom 
HUBBARD, John Douglas 
HUNTER, James E. 
lANNAZZI, Domenic 
ISHMAEL, Stephen A. 
IVES, Rick 
JACKSON, Ed 
JACOBY, Steve 
JACOBY, Ben W. 
JEFFERS, Steve 
JENKINS, Burney 
JOHNSON, Harry A. 
JOHNSON, Larry J. 



JOHNSON, Robert F. 
JONES, Denver 
JONES, John B. 
JONES, Paul D. 
KEMEN, Jerry 
KINSLOW, Bill 
KIRK, Charles 
KIRK, Jerry R. 
KIRKLAND, Drew 
KIRKLIN, Luther R. 
KLUSMAN, Carl J. Jr. 
KORDENBROCK, Joseph S. 
KOUNS, Robert 
KUSTER, Thomas T. 
LAMBERT, Irvin 
LAWSON, Don T. 
LEAHY, Patrick 
LEDFORD, Tom 
LENEAVE, Robert E, 
LENTRY, Rick 
LESLIE, Bennett Lee 
LESLIE, Jerry M. 
LILE, Clyde F. 
LILLIE, Wes 
LINDON, Bob 
LINKES, Clifford C. 
LOGAN, Michael 
LONG, James E. 
LONG, Scottie J. 
LOONEY, James O. 
LOWE, Stan F. 
LOWE, William H. 
LUCKETT, Paul J. 
LUCKETT, Thomas Edward 
LUSBY, George 
LYNCH, Lester F. 
LYNN, Donald L. 
LYKINS, James O. 
McCLURE, Tom 
McCONNELL, James D, 

Mccormick, Don r. 

McFADDEN, Jimmie 
McGAREY, Paul E. 
McGINTY, L. V, Jr. 
McKINNEY, Adelle F. 
McNAY, James F. 
MASON, W. C. 
MATHENEY, John B. 
MAYER, Edward 
MEDLEY, Frank R. 
MEIMAN, John 
MENSHOUSE, Larry K 
MERCKER, George E 
METZGER, Don 
MOODY, Joel D. 
MOORE, Franklin 
MOORE, Philip H. 
MOORE, Robert W. 
MOORE, William Kelly 
MORGAN, Glenn W. 
MORGAN, Richard 
MORRIS, Edward C. 
MORRIS, Larry E. 
MORRIS, Stephen w. 
MORSE, Richard K. 
MURDACH, Leslie L. 
NASH, Richard C. 
NELLIGAN, Michael 
NETHERCUTT, Henry W. 
NOONAN, Robert M. 
NORWOOD, Thomas 
OETJEN, Gregory 
OSBORNE, Lonnie 
OSBORNE, Ted G 
OSTING, J. Douglas 
OSTING, James E. II 
PACE, Donald 
PAGE, James N. 
PASSAFIUME, John 
PATE, Lloyd W. 
PEENO, Harry R. 
PERRIN, James A, 
PIETROWSKI, Paul 



P1NKERMAN, Charles C. 
PINSON, Paul L 
PITTMAN, Spencer R. 
POOLE, Glenn 
POTTS, Roy A. 
POWERS, Elmer 
PUCKETT, Robert O. 
PUGH, Robert B. 
PURCELL, Michael R. 
PURWIN, John C. 
QUEHL, Harry 
RAINS, E. Paul 
RANSDELL, John D. 
RAPP, William C. 
RAWDON, Richard 
READ, Frederick K. 
REAMS, Frank E. 
RESS, Gary A. 
REYNOLDS, Elmer 
ROBERTS, James E. 
ROSY, James B. 
ROGERS, Rufus B. 
ROSEN, William H. 
ROUSE, Thomas L. 
RUNYON, Tommy D. 
RUSS, Charles E. 
RUSSELL, Gary E. 
SATTERLY, Grant G. 
SAYLORS, Carlee 
SCHILLING, Donald 
SCHULTZ, Frank D. 
SCOTT, W. L. 
SEAVERS, Joe 
SELLINGER, Robert M. 
SESHER, James T. 
SHREVE, Rodham K. Jr. 
SHREVE, Tim 
SIMMS, Clarence E. 
SIMPSON, F DeLane 
SIMPSON, James H. 
SIZEMORE, Aster 
SLIGH, James E. 
SMALL, David E. 
SMITH, Ronald A. 
SOUTH, Stanley P. 
SPATH, William J. 
STALEY, E. G. 
STATON, Frank E 
STEPHENSON, Harry S. 
STIKELEATHER, Clyde L 
STOVALL, Kenneth Jr. 
STRADER, Timothy V. 
STRAIN, Richard P. 
STREICHER, Richard A. Sr. 
STUEDLE, Ray Sr. 
STUMBO, Jack 
STUTLER, Joe 
SUTTON, James A. 
SWARTS, Joseph C. 
SWECKARD, Paul D. 
SWINFORD, John 
SWOPE, James R. 
SWORD, Russ D. 
TATE, Ken 
TAYLOR, James R. 
THARPE, Willie H. 
THOMAS, Lynton H. 
THOMAS, Paul R. 
THOMAS, Raymond E. 
THOMAS, Raymond Earl 
THOMPSON, Harris G. 
THOMPSON, Tom D. 
THOMPSON, Victor Neil 
THOMSON, Cecil W. 
TIMMERING, George E. 
TINSLEY, Joe D. 
TOWE, Paul F, 
TRABUE, Robert David 
TRAPP, Charles W. 
TREAS, Joe W. 
TUCKER, Charles N. 
TUITELE, Matthew V. L. 
TURLEY, Howard 

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October, 1981 



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Mr Chartn W. Miller, Principal at Pleasure Ridge Park 
High School, was recently elected to represent Section 3, 
replacing Mr. Walter J. Pickett who retired. 

Mr. Miller graduated from Tompklnsvllle High School, 
Tompklnsvllle, Kentucky. He attended Lindsey Wilson 
College and received an AA degree, also attended Western 
University, received BA, MA and Rank I. He was football 
coach and teacher at Pleasure Ridge Park High School 
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Change in the Constitution 



Your attention is called to the following change in 
the 1981-82 Constitution, By-Laws, and 
Tournament Rules. Article IX, Amendments, 
Section 1 , Deadline for Filing, has been changed to 
read "On or before December 1 of each year a 
member school may file with theCommissionerany 
proposed change in the Association's Constitution 
and By-Laws." 

The previous deadline of March 1 did not provide 
sufficient time for the Commissioner to submit 
proposed changes to the member schools for their 
consideration prior to the meeting of the Delegate 
Assembly in April. 



From the Commissioner's Office 



Attention Officialsl 

The attention of all registered K.H S.A.A. 
football, basketball, wrestling, soccer, volleyball, 
track and baseball officials is called to By-Law 28, 
Section 9, which provides that the official shall be 
supplied with an emblem which he shall wear on his 
shirt sleeve. The emblem is to be worn on the left 
shoulder shirt sleeve approximately one and one- 
half inches below the shoulder seam. The rectangu- 
lar emblems are of these colors; green for the 
"registered" official, red for the "approved" and blue 
for the "certified." It does not have the year on it so 
that it's use is not limited to a single season unless 
the status of the official changes. 

Recommended uniforms are as follows: 

Football — black and white striped shirt (longer 
short sleeves), black baseball cap with white piping, 
white knee pants, black belt, black stockings, black 
shoes and laces. 

Basketball (Boys) — black and white striped 
shirt (short sleeves, long sleeves by special 
permission), black trousers, black belt, black shoes 
and laces; 

Basketball (Girls) — black and white striped 
shirt (short sleeves, long sleeves by special 
permission), black slacks, black belt, black shoes 
and laces; 

Baseball — navy blue or black trousers, black 
athletic leather shoes (not football shoes), navy blue 
coat or jacket, navy blue shirt if working coatless, 
white shirt If wearing coat or jacket, white shirt on 
bases if all umpires are dressed the same, umpire's 
navy cap (no players caps), indicator and mask of 
choice, inner protector or inflated protector (inflate 
type if official desires to purchase), black belt, black 
shoe laces, black tie with white shirt. 



K.H.S.A.A. Directory 

The Kentucky High School Athletic Association has printed a 
directory (or 1981-82 . Included in the directory is a calendar o( 
events, a section on general information about the K.H.S.A A and a 
listing of member schools and their personnel. 

The Directory is available to coaches, officials and other 
interested persons at a fee of $2 00 plus postage of 40« for one 
directory. Please send check or money order to Directory. 
K H S.A A., P O Box 22280. Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR OCTOBER, 1981 



OCTOBER, 1981 Vol. XLIV, No. 3 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President J. D. Minnetian (1978-1982) LaGrange 

Vice-President .... Fairce O. Woods (1979-1983) Flemingsburg 

Directors Charles D. Black (1980-1984) 

Barbourville; John Brock (1980-1984) Moretiead; Whaylon 
Coleman (1980-1984) Owensboro; Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) 
Monticello: Robie Harper, Jr. (1979-1983) Drakesboro; Alvis 
Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg, Charles Miller (1981-1982) 
Pleasure Ridge Park; Robert L Rogers (1981-1985) Barlow; Conley 
Manning. State Department of Education representative. 
Subscription Rate $2.00 per year 



CERTIFIED FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 

(con't from inside front cover) 



TYE, Josh 

URLAGE, Richard C. 
VanBOGAERT, Steve 
VAUGHN, William E. 
VICORY, Alan H. 
WADE, W. B. 
WAIDE, Harry D. 
WALDER, Joe D 
WANCHIC, Nicholas 
WARD, Tom A. 
WEBER, Thomas C. 
WELLS, Glenn M. 
WESTHOFF, Greg Jr. 
WHITE, John S. 
WHITT, Michael 



WILDER, Jerry R. 
WILLIS, Donald A. 
WILSON, James L. 
WINFREY, Steve 
WOOD, Walter A. 
WRIGHT, Howrard L. 
WRIGHT, James Lloyd 
WRIGHT, John David 
WUERTZ, John R. 
WYATT, Henry 
YATES, George A. 
YOUNG, William F. 
ZIMMER, Tom 
ZOGG, Joe F. 



PITY THE REFEREE 

I think that I shall never see 

A satisfactory referee. 
About whose head a halo shines 

Whose merits rate reporters' lines. 
One who calls them as they are 

And not as I should wish by far. 
A ref who leans not either way 

But lets the players decide the play. 
Poems are made by fools like me 

But only God could referee. 



C.Y.O. Booklet 



(From the Commissioner's Office con't) 



FILMS 

The film* listed below are In the Film Library of the 
University of Kentucky College ol Education. The code 
letters "e,|.s,c,a" refer to elementary, Junior high, senior 
high, college and adult audiences who may enjoy the 
particular film listed. The rental prices shown do not apply 
to schools which use one of the special subscription 
service plans offered by the Bureau of Audio-Visual 
Material. (Phone 606-258-2828). 



FOOTBALL 

BALL HANDLING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00, 11 
min. 

Fundamentals of ball handling are stressed: stance, 
grip, "feel"of tfie ball, fingertip control adjustments before 
throwing or kicking, receiving passes from center or from a 
back, catching passes and punts, ways of carrying a ball, 
and changing from one hand to another. Game shots are 
presented, using slow motion and stop action techniques, 
and superimposed animation to illustrate principles. 
BLOCKING IN FOOTBALL, j-s-c, 1 reel, 11 min., $2.00 

Fundamentals of good blocking are taught in this film; 
position, speed, drive, follow-through, timing and body 
control. Describes shoulder and body blocks, demonstrat- 
ing several varieties of these. Importance of good physical 
condition, practice, and experience are emphasized. 
Special photography used to illustrate different points. 
GOAL TO GOAL, 28 mm.; color, $1.00. 

This film provides a dramatic visual approach to a 
better understanding of the rules of football for players, 
coaches, officials and spectators. Special attention Is 
given to the passing and kicking games as well as such 
other areas of the rules as blocking restrictions, snapping 
infractions, the neutral zone, legal and illegal shift and 
motion. 

PRECISION FOOTBALL is a 16mm, 28 minute, sound, 
color (or black and white) film. $1.00 

This film provides a new dimension to the understand- 
ing of the rules. It is designed for coaches, officials, players 
and fans, and promotes emphasis In the following areas: 
scrimmage violations, pass interference, encroachment, 
free kicks, false starts, live and dead ball fouls, butt block- 
ing, face tackling, clipping, batting the ball, running plays 
and pass situations. This new motion picture will tie an 
asset to any sports information library. 
POINT OF CONTACT — BLOCKING AND TACKLING 
TECHNIQUES, 17 min., color, $1.00. 

This picture was produced by the National Federation 
of State High School Associations to explain the rules 
relating to butt-blocking and face-tackling. The film uses 
all modern motion picture techniques including graphics, 
stop action and slow motion to explain the reason football 
rules committees are concerned with the techniques of 
butt^blocking and face-tackling. 
ONE STEP AHEAD — 16mm, 17 min. 

This is a 17 minute 16mm sound motion picture pro- 
duced by the National Federation of State High School 
Associations, 11724 Plaza Circle, P.O. Box 20626, Kansas 
City, Missouri, 64195. 

Officiating techniques are reviewed as actual game 
situations in this film to aid better officiating. The subject 
matter covered in this film includes: Pre-game, kick-off, 
scrimmage plays, measurements, penalty enforcement. 



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Page Three 



SWIMMING COMMITTEE 
MEETING MINUTES 

The Swimming Committe met on Wednesday, 
September 30, 1981, at the K.H.S.A.A. Office in 
Lexington. Assistant Commissioner Brigid L. 
DeVrles called the meeting to order at 1;30 P.M. 
Committee members present included: Tim Cahill, 
Terry Nile, Tracy Phillips, Norm Schmidt, Jack 
Thompson, Karen Vanover, David Webb, Jim Wilds. 

The first item on the agenda was the selection of 
regional sites. Brigid DeVries read letters from 
Bowling Green High School and Elizabethtown 
High School requesting that their school be 
selected as the site of the Western Kentucky Region. 
After a lengthy discussion on the facilities of these 
two sites, Tim Cahill suggested that the 
Commissioner keep the site at Bowling Green High 
School this year and suggested an alternating plan 
to select Elizabethtown High School as the regional 
site for the Western Kentucky Region for 1983. The 
manager for this region will be John Strode, 
Bowling Green High School. The other sites and 
managers are as follows: Central Kentucky Region - 
Tim Cahill, Model High School, Richmond; 
Jefferson County Region - Jack Thompson, 
Lakeside Swim Club, Louisville; Northern Kentucky 
Region - DaveWebb,Scott High School, Covington. 

Jack Thompson informed the Committee that 
Jefferson County Schools have dropped finances 
for swimming but they can enter a regional meet. 
Also discussed were ideas for raising money to help 
pay the cost of running regional meets. 

The Committee discussed the regional 
information sheet and under "Entry Deadline" they 
suggested an added sentence to read "Entry 
deadline will be strictly adherred to." Under "Entry 
Cards" add "Make sure alternates for relays are 
listed on the cards." 

After discussing the state information sheet 
Brigid DeVries suggested that we also enclose with 
information sheet, an information sheet on motels 
available and a map of Eastern Kentucky University. 

The Committee discussed all the new rule 
changes liste in the 1981-82 National Federation 
Swimming & Diving Rules book. 

There being no further business the meeting 
adjourned. 



CLINIC ATTENDANCE 

According to our records the following football 
officials have not attended the mandatory clinic 
required by ByLaw 28, Sec. 3 and will not be 
permitted to officiate until they have attended a 
makeup clinic: 

Allison, Richard G., 212 Ponder Way, Jeffersonville, 

47130 
Arflin, Tracy T., 369 S. Atcher St., Radcliffe 40160 
Bates, J. R., Box 2, Ermie 41815 
Black, Donald L., 834 N. Mill St., London 40741 
Brasher, David R., Route 1, Gentryville IN 47537 
Capillo, James, 203 W. Second St., Lexington 40507 
Coleman, Louis H., 4207 Wooded Way, Louisville 

40219 
Coxon, Glenn C, 9223 Talitha Dr., Louisville 40299 
Crittenden, Fred M., 9028-C Estrada Ave., Ft. Knox 

40121 
Daly, Terrence J., 5893-B Adams St., Ft. Knox 40121 
Davis, Larry Wayne, P.O. Box 2, Barbourville 40906 
DeSensi, William Dino, 4/24 Quinn Dr., Louisville 

40216 
Dingle, William A. J. Fr., 739 Bishop Dr., Lexington 

40505 
DJossett, Mac L., Route 4, Whippoorwill, Marion 

42064 
Droz, Lee A., P.O. Box 19, Inez 41224 
Eldridge, Wayne R., P.O. Box 98, Science Hill 42553 
Ensslin, Charles W., Box 564, Barbourville 40906 
Evans, Alvin Ray, Box 576, Jellico, TN 37762 
Evans, Daniel E., box 457, Middlesboro 40965 
Fraley, Charlie L., Co. B 1/17 Inf., APO San 

Francisco, CA 96224 
Gour, Bob, P.O. Box 1409, Bowling Green 42101 
Hancock, Norbert E., 400 Kinnaird Ave., Louisville 

40243 
Holbrook, John F., 411 Letcher St., Whitesburg 

41858 
Hubbard, John D., 117 E. Stephen Foster, 

Bardstown 40004 
Hulme, David L., 155 Churchill Park, Louisville 

40220 
Hunter, Harold J., HHC 3/33 Armor, APO New York 

09045 
Johnson, Jack J., 407 Chltwood, Florence 41042 
Johnson, Kenneth W., Route 5, Box 123, Morehead 

40351 
Johnson, Reid O., 1126 Redwood Dr., Lexington 

40511 
Johnson, Roderick V., 354 Ohio St., Lexington 

40508 
Kelsay, Mark D., Box 505, East Bernstadt 40729 
Kinch, Marvin N., 104 Woodland Dr., Somerset 

42501 
King, Russell L., 2507 Clearbrok Dr., Louisville 

40220 
Kuster, Thomas T., 2902 White Plains Road, 

Louisville 40218 
Lawless, Michael E., Barrett Circle Apt. 204, 

Henderson 42420 
Leiand, Lonnie L., 2040 Spring Station Ct., 

Lexington 40505 
LeMay, M. Chris, 205 E. Riverside Dr., Jeffersonville 

47130 
Linthemuth, Dan, 400 Corbitt Dr., Wilmore 40390 



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len, Stephen G., Rt. 3, Box32, Bowling Green 
)1 

lie!, James B., Timberlind W. Apt. 310, 
semer AL 35023 

, Alan P., 5705 Tarragon Ct., Louisville 40219 
/, Joel D., RR#1, Georgetwon 40324 
, Alvin, Box 1170, New Garden Station 40121 
, Robert W., 441 Forest Avel, Erianger 41018 
n, James E., P.O. Box 1051, Henderson 42420 
s. Bob D., 623 31st St., Paducah 42001 
ne, Lonnie, 220 Lakeview Dr., Pikeville 41501 
Donald, 3087 Cleveland Rd., Lexington 4051 1 
John F,, 9202 Blossom Lane #8, Louisville 
12 

wski, Paul, 107 Oaklawn, Corbin 40701 
II, Ken, 1100 County Cork, Murray 40271 
Gary A., 5810 Shelby St., Fern Creek 40291 
Michael S., Rt. 1, Mayfield 42066 
', Gary L., Rt. 4, Box 106, Wallins 40873 
)n, James S., 812 S. 2nd St., Mayfield 42066 
James E., Rt. 7, Box 152, Ashland 41101 
, Arthur L., 5313 Red Fern Rd., Louisville 
18 

tz, Randolph F., Rt. 2, Goggins Lane, Danville 
22 

riand, Fred, P.O. Box 262, Bardstown 40004 
as, Raymond, 500 Fair St. Apt. 73, Henderson 
20 

t, Stephen W., 212 N. 13th, Murray 42071 
, Joe W., P.O. Box 653, Fulton 42041 
ly, Steve R., 107 Gooden St., Glasgow 41241 
r, Paul E., 813 Park St., Bowling Green 42101 
ir, Joe D., 508 E. Cedar St., Franklin 42134 
sr, Charles R., 3922 Bank St., Louisville 40212 
n, Donald L., HHC 2nd BN-72 ARMOR APO 
96224 

nton, Thomas, 3008 Fordhaven Rd., Louisville 
14 
ms, Ireland L., Pinson Fork 41555 

ording to our records the following football 
es have not attended the mandatory clinic as 
ed in Bylaw 29, Sec. 2: 
) Redman, Ballard High School; Charles 
on, Bourbon County High School; Dudley 
I, Breathitt County High School; Fred Gibson, 
(inridge County High School; Robert 
lead, Butler High School; George Jefferson, 
ibellsvllle High School; Bill Jenkins, East 
n High School; Frank Conyers, Jessamine 
ty High School; Tom Monaco, Kentucky 
try Day; Steve Tweddell, Madisonville North 
ins; Dean Cvitkovic, Maysville High Schoo; 
las demons, Metcalfe County High School; 
May, Millersburg Military Institute; Larry 
It, Mullins High School; Jack Elcher, Scott 
ty High School; Ronald Curry, Virgie High 
ol; and John Dyer, West Carter High School. 

GYMNASTICS COMMITTEE 
MEETING MINUTES 

> Gymnastics Committee met on Thursday, 
3er 8, 1981, at the K.H.S.A.A. Office in 
gton. Assistant Commissioner Brigid L. 



DeVries called the meeting to order at 7:00 P.M. 
Committee members present included: Dr. Gerald 
Calkin, Jim Nance, Debbie Howell, Robert 
Sanderson, Art Sciubba, Dr. Hal Holmes. Absent 
were Marilyn Lemaster and George Barber. 

The first item on the agenda was the selection of 
girls' regional sites. Paris High School and 
Kentucky Country Day will be the host schools this 
year. The regional managerswill be Art Sciubba and 
Debbie Howell. The list of participating schools 
remained about the same as last year as far as actual 
participation. 

The Committee discussed the regional and state 
information which will be sent to participating 
schools It was felt that a firmer entry deadline 
policy should be adhered to. Regional entries will 
not be accepted after the entry deadline. Also girls' 
coaches wanting to change the order of 
participation from the regional to the state meet, 
must notify the regional manager at the conclusion 
of the regional meet. 

A correction of the boys scoring procedure was 
made on the state information and will be included 
in the next printing of the Constitution and By-Laws. 
The addition will read "team scores will be 
determined by calculating the top three individual 
scores for each of the six events plus the total score 
of the highest all-around gymnast divided by six." 
The other addition on the state information sheet 
was in reference to boys High Bar "before a team 
may be judged at least one coach must be present as 
a spotter for competition." This rule will also be 
restated on the boys' state entry form. 

The Committee discussed the state meet in detail. 
The boys' state manager will be Jim Nance and the 
girls' manager will be Alane Milles. The time 
schedule for the state meet will be one hour earlier 
this year. Competition will begin at 10:00 A.M. 

There should be no major change in equipment 
setup or warm-up procedure at the state meet. 

The state gymnastic program will be increased in 
price from 50<t: to $1.00 this year. 

A few editorial changes were suggested for the 
next printing of the Constitution and By-Laws with 
regards to correct order of events to include All- 
around as an event. 

Miscellaneous items included a recommendation 
by Art Sciubba that the Gymnastics Committee look 
into having additional state qualifiers, either three 
teams to qualify from each girls region or five 
individual gymnasts not on oneof thetwoqualifying 
teams. Statistics on the upcoming regional and 
state meets will be studied to see how much 
additional time this would take, and the effect on the 
quality of the State Meet. 

Dr. Calkin mentioned that Eastern Kentucky 
University would no longer have a men and 
women's gymnastics team after this year and a new 
state site should be looked into. 

There being no further business the meeting was 
adjourned. 



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OFFICIALS 
1981-82 APPROVED FOOTBALL 



ACKERMAN, Robert J. 
ADAMS. James R. 
AITKEN, Kenneth P. Jr. 
ALDRIDGE, Michael J. 
ALLEN, James H. 
ANGELUCCI, Armand Jr. 
ARNOLD. Kenneth P. 
ASH, Mikie L. 
BALL, Charles Philip 
BARNHILL, E. Carl 
BARRETT, Richard 
BISHOP, David G. 
BOSSE, Raymond C. 
BOZARTH, Perry E. 
BRANHAM, W. F. 
BRANHAM, James A. 
BRANSTETTER, Charles Elwood 
BREEDEN, Alan G 
BROCK, Jack W. 
BROCKWAY, Mark D. 
BRYAN, Francis D. 
BUNCH, Lawrence O. 
BURKE, David Dean 
CARLSON, David A. 
CARMICHAEL, Steven G. 
CATESM, Richey 
CHAFFIN, John B. 
CHEPONIS, George John 
CLARK, William S, III 
CLAYWELL, San R. Jr. 
CLEMSON. Chris 
COLTHARP. Paul G. 
COMBS, Harold A. 
COMBS, Ira D. 
CONLEY, J. B. 
CONLEY, Mark R. 
COPPINGER, Allen 
CORNELISON, Michael R. 
COTTLE, Timothy A. 
CRAFT. Robert E. 
CRITTENDEN, Fred M. 
CROLEY, Jerry W. 
CROSS, Hugh W. 
DAVIDSON, Charles Robert 
DAVIS, Mark A. 
DEAN, Roger L. 
DICKISON, Stephen 
DONOGHUE, Terry 
DORMAN, B. Todd 
DOSSETT, Mac L. 
DROZ, Lee A. 
DUPIN, Jackie H. 
DUVALL, Robert Lee Jr. 
DYEHOUSE, James F. Jr. 
ELLIOTT, Jerry O. 
EPPERSON, James F. 
ESTES, Walter, R. 
EVANS, Alvin Ray 
EVANS. Ronnie B. 
FLIEHMAN, John R. 
FOSTER, Berryman E. 
FOWLER, Gary O. 
GANN, Ronnie W. 
GARCIA, Chencho 
GARRETT, Bland H. 
GATTUSO, Jim F. 
GILES, Frank H. Jr. 
GOBLE, Kenneth R. Jr. 
GORE. Bailey 
GORHAM, Barry W. 
GRAHAM. John A. 
GROSS. Joseph B. 
HADDIX, Daniel E. 
HAINLINE. Charles C. 
HAWKINS, Stewart D. 
HENDON. John M. 
HENRY. William Perry 
HIXON. Carl E. 
HOLLAND. James Thomas Jr. 



HOWARD, James D. 
HUHN. Ted 
HUNTER, Harold J. 
IDOL, Billy Joe Sr. 
INMAN, Gary O. 
JOHNSON, Reid O. 
JOHNSON, Rae L. 
JONES. Spurgeon L. Jr. 
JOYNER. Robert L. 
KANAREK, Robert S. 
KERSEY. William Andy 
KINNARD, Robert F. 
LEE, Charles A. 
LEE, Charles J. 
LEE, William A. 
LIGGETT, Ernest J. 
LYNCH. David A. 
McCLURE. Jerry 
McCORKLE, Bruce K. 
McCOURT, Lowell Albert 
McCOWAN, Connell 
McCRAY, Carl G. 
McDANIEL, James B. 
McFALLS, Garry R. 
McGRATH, John R. 
McGRATH, Robert C. 
McNEIL, Larry David 
MAUPIN, Randy 
MAYS, Harry Vernon 
MELOAN, Ross B. 
MELTON. Jerome 
MEYER, Michael F. 
MITCHELL, Glen 
MOLOHON, Charles R. Jr 
MOORE, Alvin Earl 
MORGAN. Keith P. 
MORSE, Russell E. 
NABEREZNY, Paul M. 
NICKELL, Carl Duane 
ONKST, Glen Alan 
OSBORNE, Ronnie 
OSER, Larry 
OWENS, Lamarce 
OWENS, Lewis Michael 
OWENS, Pete 
PALKO, Edward Thomas 
PITTS, John L. 
PHONCHOT, Joseph C. 
POWELL, Robert L. 
PURCELL. J. Kenneth 
RAPP, Tim 
REECE, Jerry T. 
RIFFE, Gary L. 
RILEY. Jeffrey Lynn 
RILEY, Michael S. 
ROARK. Jimmy W. 
ROSY, Michael John 
RUSSELL, Allen R, 
SCHMITT, Alvin J. 
SHELTON, James S. 
SHIELDS, Dane 
SHIRE, James W. 
SHORT. Bill L. 
SIMMS. Russell A. 
SKAGGS, Ronnie Ray 
SMITH, James B 
SMOCK, Edward K. 
SMOOT, John E. 
SPRATLING, Obie L. 
STARNES, Donald S. 
STETTENBENZ, Lawrence 
STOUT, William E. 
STRAIN, Andrew j. 
STRAUS, William W. 
SWARTS, Michael J. 
TACKETT, George 
THOMPSON, Jeffrey L. 
TIPTON, Ronald E. 
TIPTON. Steven W. 



TURNER, Charles W. 
VANDERMALE, John 
WADE. Charles O. 
WALKER. Ernest 
WALLACE, Kevin 
WASHER, Chartes R. 
WELLS. Ronnie G. 
WELLS, Ted 
WELTON, Donald L. 



WETZEL. Ralph M. 
WHEELING, James R. 
WHITT, Peirce E. 
WILLIAMS, Buford 
WILLIAMS, James A. 
WILLIAMS, Terry R. 
WILSON, Larry E. 
YANCEY, Henry L. 
YEISER, Gerald N. 
ZIRKLE. Ron 



1981-82 SOCCER OFFICIALS 

REGISTERED WITH K.H.S.A.A. AS OF 

AUGUST 13, 1981 



ALTENKIRCH. Robert A , 828 Cahaba Rd., Lexington 40502, 278- 

1759. 258-2673 
BARLOW. Lee F.. Rt. 4. Jacks Creek Pike. Richmond 40475, 

606/624-0374. 624-1000 
BECK. Robert E., 7530 Merlyn Circle. Louisville 40214. 368-1965 
BROWN, C. Murray, 2228 Markham Cr., Lexington 40504, 277- 

4944, 293-3554 
CAPILLO, James, 203 W. 2nd St., Lexington 40507. 299-5136, 233- 

7240 
CAREY, William L,. 3869 Gladman Way. Lexington 40504, 223- 

1814. 255-5501 
CARDOSO, Albie, 412 W. Cornell. Clarksville, IN 47130, 812/283- 

6814 
CARROLL. Wesley G. Jr.. 399 4 Toronto Ct., Lexington 40503, 272- 

6950. 233-4511 
COXON, Glenn C, 9223 Talitha Dr., Louisville 40299. 267-4853 
DARLING, Brian K. , 429 Ky. Home Life Bldg, Louisville 40203. 895- 

1811. 583-2687 
DRAKE. John E. III. 423 E. Main St., Georgetown 40324 
ELBERT, James F., 3738 Oakdale Ave, Louisville 40214. 368-7161 
ELKINS, Clarence, 2942 Montavesta Rd., Lexington 40502, 266- 

7718, 293-3484 
GOODMAN, Barbara Anne, 5806 Jerry Lane, Louisville 40258, 937- 

1231 
GRAY, Kenneth, 2904 Cleveland Blvd., Louisville 40206, 896-6920. 

425-5076 
HECKEL. Charles A.. 1047 FranelmRd., Louisville 40214. 368-3842. 

566-4382 
HENSLEY, Larry G., P.O Box 184, Stone 41567, 353-9819. 353- 

7241 
HOLZKNECHT. Tomas, 7507 Waldwick Ct., Louisville 40258. 935- 

2549 
KEARNS, Thomas J., 3014 Magnolia, Edgewood 41017, 331-5733. 

572-5328 
McCRAITH. Ronald E.. 2217 Markham. Lexington 40504. 277-2639. 

278-1604 
McGRAVIC, Ronald L., 2500 Martin Ave., Louisville 40216, 447- 

2170. 367-3430 
McKINNEY. Jack D., 3641 Gloocester Dr., Lexington 40511. 252- 

6809. 232-7220 
McNAY, James F.. 9602 Cochise Way, Louisville 40258. 935-9225, 

282-8244 
MAGSIG. Ronald H.. 3081 Montavesta Rd.. Lexington 40502, 266- 

5827, 232-4239 
MANNING, Stuart, Rt. 1, Whitley City, 42653, 549-9045, 376-2373 
MARESCA. Joseph. 9401 Westport Rd.. Louisville 40222. 502/426- 

7842. 426-5020 
MARX, Ernest L., 503 Quails Run B-2, Louisville 40207, 895-2055 
MOMENI. Karim S., 2000 Confedrate #1006. Louisville 40208. 

502/635-5218 
MORRIS, John H., 2513 Canton St., Hopkinsville 42240, 886-1563 
MOWERY, Timothy A.. 1114 E. Cooper Dr. #2. Lexington 40502. 

269-7957. 272-5313 
MOWERY, Tom, 2348 Chauvin Dr. B, Lexington 40502, 273-1205, 

272-5313 
MURPHY. William F. Jr.. CPO 1452 Berea College. Berea 40404, 

986-9341 
NOLL. Thomas E., 2456 Orchid Lane, Villa Hills 41017. 606/341- 

0950. 431-3100 
NOLTE. Anthony M., 3824 Kittiwake Dr . Lexington 40502, 273- 

5202 
NOLTE, Jerry 3824 Kittiwake Dr.. Lexington 40502, 273-5202, 252- 

1998 
O'REILLY, James E.. 369 Henry Clay Blvd.. Lexington 40502. 

606/266-3898, 258-2572 
PAYNE. Glenn E., 2232 Payne St., Louisville 40206. 896-8409 



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PUGH, Robert B., 913 Witthuhn Way. Lexington 40503, 223-2359, 

276-4421 
RAGSDALE, Randy, 1733 Harold Ave., Louisville 42210, 778-1387, 

587-2277 
REINHARDT, Bruce N , 1332 Fontaine Rd., Lexington 40502, 

606/266-3642, 564-3703 
RUSTAY, Kim H., Rt 2 Union MillRd.. Nicholasville 40356, 606/887 

-1252, 254-2341 
SHREVE, Rod, 2808 Mt. McKinley Way, Lexington 40502, 272-6758 
STERNER, Don, Rt 1, Box 481, Union 41091, 384-3937, 291-7270 
STILWELL, William, 1919Williamsburg, Lexington 40504, 606/278- 

7086, 258-5662 
TAURMAN, George M. Ill, 2405 Wallace, Louisville 40502, 451- 

7513 
TAYLOR, Donald D. Sr., 1594 Belmar Dr., Louisville 40213, 454- 

0979, 637-6511 
VAN OUTER, Neil, 2949 Nontavesta Dr , Lexington 40502, 269- 

2182, 502/456-0111 
WEAVER, Sarah B., 703 Karly Ct., Louisville 40243, 

245-7310 
WILLIAMS, James A., 112 Green St., Horse Cave 42749, 786- 

2867, 758-2214 
YOEMAN, George T , 6702 Green Meadow Ct., Louisville 40207, 

895-4003 



1981-82 APPROVED SOCCER 
OFFICIALS 

This is the first year that we have given a test for a higher rating in 
soccer. Listed below are the officials who made 80% or more (on a 
supervised test) to become Approved in soccer: 



BECK, Robert E. 
BROWN, C. Murray 
CAREY. William L. 
CARROLL. Wesley G. Jr 
ELKINS, Clarence F. 
HECKEL, Charles A 
MCGAVIC, Ronald L. 
MAGSIG, Ronald H. 
MARX, Ernest L 
MOWERY, Timothy A. 



MOWERY. Tom R. 
NOLTE, Jerry 
PAYNE, Glenn E. 
PUGH, Robert B. 
REINHARDT. Bruce N. 
RUSTAY. Kim H. 
SHREVE, Rod 
TAYLOR, Donald D. Sr 
WEAVER, Sarah E. 
YEOMAN, George T. 



1981-82 FOOTBALL OFFICIALS 

REGISTERED WITH THE K.H.S.A.A. 

AS OF SEPTEMBER 1, 1981 

if only one telephone number is given for an official listed, it is the 
home phone unless otherwise designated. If two numbers are 
listed, the first is that of the home phone. 

ACKERMAN. Robert J.. 1724 Reynolds Si.. Ironion OH 45638. 532- 

2963. 532-0966 
ADAMS. James R.. 1537 Highland Way, Bowling Green 42101, 781. 

3875, 781-8000 
AHRENS, John E., 1730 Choctaw Trl.. Elsmere 41018, 727-4462 
AITKEN. Kenneth P. Jr., 117 Branham Ave.. Morehead 40351. 784- 

6258. 564-3626 
AKERS, Gary D.. 16 Flintro<-k Dr.. Burlington 41005. 586-7867. 261- 

2980 
ALDRIDGE, James R., 119 Edgewood, Radclift 40160, 351-9689. 

351-3181 
ALDRIDGE. Michael J . 302 Western Ave.. Cynthiana 41031. 234- 

6322. 234-5032 
ALLEN, James E., 3405 Emerald Dr., Louisville 40299. 267-0216 
ALLEN, James H.. 149 E. Broadway. Madisonville 42431. 821-2911. 

821-3006 
ALLISON. Richard G.. 212 Ponder Way, Jeffersonville 47130, 945- 
3431, 291-0861 
ALMAND, David F.. 214 Liberty St., Franklin 42134, 586-5475, 754- 

3651 
AMMERMAN, Roberi P.. 305 E. Pleasant. Cynthiana 41031. 234- 

6381,252-3439 
ANDERS. Raleigh A., Rt. 4 Box 372C. Keavy 40737, 864-4060. 523- 

1060 



ANGELICCL Armand Jr.. -304 Culpepper Rd.. Lexington 40502. 

266-6316 
ARFLIN. Tracy T.. 369 S. Atcher St.. Radcliff 40160. 351-6226. 624- 

3311 
ARNOLD. Kenneth P.. 100 Boyden Ct.. Danville 40422. 236-8396 
ARTHUR. Paul E.. 6019 Miller Rd., Huntington 25702. 736-5801. 

739-8055 
ASH. Mike L., 2667 Delta Cl.. Radcliff 40160. 351-1893. 624-5652 
ASHER. Noah M.. Rt. 3, Box 161, Berea 40403. 606 986-9040. 986- 

8411 
ASHURST. Michael L.. Wallins 40873. 664-3910. 573-5027 
ATWELL, Harold W.. 4601 Glenna Way. Louisville 40219. 968-2796 
BACK. Lee Jr.. 203 Field St.. Cumberland 40823, 589-4780. 848- 

5431 
BACKERT. Tony. 3627 Fountain Dr.. Louisville 40218. 451-5505, 

452-4641 
BALDWIN, Denny 4605 Myrick PI., Valley Station 40272, 935-0667 
BALL, Charles Philip, 506 Exeter Ave.. Middlesboro 40965, 248- 

3191,248-2125 
BARBOUR, R. Barr\, 3398 Nevius Dr . Lexington 40513. 278-0144. 

873-9111 
BARKER, David H. Star Rt. 1 Box 14, Sassafras 41759, 642-3078, 

439-2302 
BARKER, Norman D.. Bulan 41722, 785-4465, 476-8942 
BARNEY, Gregory R., 635 Central Ave.. Vine Grove 40175. 877- 

0312. 642-4646 
BARNHILL. E. Carl. 416 Columbia Way. Bowling Green 42101. 781- 

5400. 781-9600 
BARRETT. Richard. 706 N. 25th St.. Middlesboro 40965. 248-6325. 

248-1371 
BARRY, Daniel K.. 4809 Redwing Way, Louisville 40213, 968-1788, 

637-5443 
BARTH. Donald Keith, 138 Fourth St.. Dayton 41074, 581-4559. 

292-6712 
BARTLETT. Charles W., 2303 Chaleaygay Loop, Owensboro 

42301, 684-5472, 926-8686 
BATES, Curtis E. P.O. Box 726, Mayfield 42066, 247-7023, 247-2734 
BATES, J. R.. Box 2. Ermine 41815, 832-4487, 832-6222 
BATTERTON, Keith. Old Danville Rd.. Harrodsburg 40330. 734- 

9624. 734-4255 
BAUMAN. Cease. 950 Tcmplin Ave.. Bardstown 40004. 348-6081 
BELL, Ronald Keith, 239 Tucker Shahon Rd., Middletown 40243 

245-6036. 893-2577 
BISHOP. David G.. 3247 Fieldcrest. Erlanger 41018. 727-0571, 283 

2795 
BLACK. Charles D. Jr., 109 Kelcham St., Barbourville 40906, 546 

5498, 546-4175 
BLACK, Donald L., 834 N. Mill St.. London 40741. 864-9496. 864 

6234 
BLACKFORD. Robert L.. 414 Dayflower Ct.. Edgewood 41017. 341 

3846 
BLEMKER. Ray. 2363 Dundee Dr.. Henderson 42420. 826-8330. 

423-6871 
BOCOOK. Earl. 1102 Beech St.. Kenova, W. Va. 25530. 304 453- 

1810 
BOGAR. Joseph D.. Box 152, Hardy 4I53I, 353-9540, 353-7241 
BOND. Terry Lee, 11 Circle Dr., Crestview 41076, 441-0723 
BOSSE, Raymond C. 1378 Vidoi Ct.. Ft. Wright 41011. 331-3363. 

431-6374 
BOTTLES. Donald W., 1014 Pawnee Dr.. Elizabethtown 42701, 765- 

7289, 765-7213 
BOTTOMS. William E.. P.O. Box 164. 110 Graham. Presionsburg 

41653. 886-6608. 886-3836 
BOYARSKI, Gary, 4424 Quail Hollow Dr., Paducah 42001, 443- 

4296 
BOZARTH, Perry E.. 3258 Pepperhill Rd.. Lexington 40502, 266- 

0015. 252-0343 
BRADFORD. Roberi L. 21 Toni Ter.. Ft. Thomas 41075. 781-1217. 

753-5567 
BRAMBLE. James L.. 480 Doncaster Cl.. Lexington 40505. 299- 

5750. 987-3650 
BRAMLETT. Joe L., 141 Vanderbuill Dr., Lexington 40503. 272- 

3955, 255-3550 
BRANHAM. James A. 660 Kingston Rd.. Lexington 40505. 299- 

9452, 255-7573 
BRANHAM, W. F., 3124 Dale Hollow Dr., Lexington 40502, 266- 

2891, 255-7573 
BRANSOM, Ben P. Jr., 3885 Sundari. Lexington 40502, 272- 

7250,276-1461 
BRANSTETTER. Charles Elwood, 1410 Circle Dr.. Bowling Green 

42101. 782-2671. 842-0104 
BRAUCH, Charles J.. 117 Westview Dr.. Bardstown 40004. 348- 
3218. 348-3991 



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BREEDEN, Alan G., 402 Kenny Blvd., Louisville 40214, 363-0459 
BREEGLE, Bruce M.. 1536 Chestnut St., Bowling Green 42101, 

842-0778, 843-1814 
BRENNENSTUHL, Jim, P.O. Box 101, Pleasant View 40769, 549- 

9486, 549-2463 
BREWER, Jerry, Box 8, Bonnyman 41719, 436-6200, 436-3155 
BREWER, Lloyd, Box 238, Combs 41729, 436-6672. 436-3155 
BROCKWAY, Mark D., 7519-B 70lh Td Bn Ave,, Ft. Knox 40121, 

624-7289, 624-3013 
BROWN, John W., 975 Waverly, Lexington 40505, 254-1940, 255- 

0835 
BROWN, Herman G.. Rt. 1, Box 108, Bagdad 4003, 747-8991, 633- 

2040 
BROWN, Leslie D., 138 Olde English Ct., Louisville 40272, 935- 

0193,624-7191 
BROWN, Wendell, 513 W. 16th St., London 40741, 864-2372, 878- 

7554 
BRUMMETT, Don, 6110 Six Mile Lane, Louisville 40218, 491-6087, 

944-5455 
BRYAN, Francis D., Rt. 4 Canonero Ct., Elizabethtown 42701, 737- 

2393 
BUCKLEY, Robert S. Jr., 933 Washington, Flatwoods 41139. 836- 

8275, 329-5583 
BULLOCK, James D., Rt. 4. Box 66, Madisonville 42431, 825-0788, 

464-9579 
BUNCH, Lawrence O., General Delivery, Williamsburg 40769, 549- 

1544, 864-7511 
BURCHETT, James B. Box 147, Prestonsburg 41653, 874-2324, 

886-3836 
BURGAN, Curtis, 313 7th St., Corbin 40701, 606, 528-7001 
BURGESS, Oley, 1708 Sycamore St., Kenova, W. Va. 25530, 453- 

2593 
BURGESS, Blair D. Sr., 453-B 8lh Ave., Ft. Knox 40121, 624-7965, 

624-1743 
BURKE, David Dean, 1323 Princeton Ct., Georgetown 40324, 863- 

2390, 254-0554 
BURKEEN, Phillip C. 659 Wakefield, Bowling Green 42101, 842- 

4182 
BURRUS, Lee R. Jr., 3808 Stigwood Ct., Louisville 40218, 499-6788, 

722-8862 
BUTLER, Robert D., 582 Charlemagne, Elizabethtown 42701, 502/ 

765-7098 
BUTLER, Ron, 308 S. 43rd St., Louisville 40212, 778-2526 
CALDWELL, John B., 728 Brockton, Richmond 40475, 606/625- 

4772, 622-5450 
CAPILLO, James, 203 W. 2nd St., Lexington 40507, 299-5136, 233- 

7240 
GARDEN, Michael H., 617 N. 6th St., Mayfield 42066, 247-6578, 

236-2601 
CARLSON, David A., 2916 Washington, Paducah 42001, 444-7943, 

444-6311 
CARR, BILLY W., 507 Meadowlawn Dr., Franklin 42134, 586-6910, 

586-3261 
CARR, Lawrence W., 927 Palomino Dr., Villa Hills 41016, 341-9276, 

243-6080 
GATES, Rickey, R.R. 5, Box 81, Morganfield 42437, 333-5525 
CECIL, Roger. Rt. 1, Box 476, Hazard 41701, 606/439-5072, 436- 

2151 
CHAFFIN, John B., Rt. 4 Longview, Russellville 42276, 726-8836, 

726-6434 
CHAPIN, Lewis J., 5843 B Brett Dr., Ft. Knox 40121, 502/942-7577, 

624-7450 
CHARLES, Joseph H., 2624 Iroquois Ave., Ashland 41101, 606/325- 

3529, 329-7753 
CHATTIN, Ernie P., 615 17th St., Ashland 41101, 324-2665 
CHEPONIS, George John, 1600 Nowell Rd. #1, Murray 42071, 759- 

4167, 762-3821 
CLARK, Dennis R., P.O. Box 448, Barbourville 40906, 546-6441, 546 

-4171 
CLARK, John E., 125 Campbell, Franfort 40601. 502/875-3645, 606 

299-6262 
CLARK, Owen B., 1301 Fairfax Way, Georgetown 40324, 502/863- 

0854 
CLAYTON. Noel B., 1125 19th, Tell City 47586, 547-8147, 684-3111 
CLAYWELL, Sam R. Jr., 403 Shelton St., Vine Grove 40175, 877- 

0253, 624-1541 
CLEMENTS, William P. Jr., 605 Greenridge PI., Henderson 42420, 

826-3878. 826-3012 
CLEMMONS, Sam, 429 Holloywood Dr., Lexington 40502, 266- 

2283, 253-3441 
CLEMSON, Chris, 501 N. 17th St., Murray 42071, 502/753-3711. 

395-4151 
CLINE, Nick L.. 5505 Whispering Hills Blvd., Louisville 40219, 964- 

0214 



CLINE, Stephen E., 208 Alta Ave., Danville 40422, 606/236-4089, 

236-4965 
COLE, Robert J. Jr., 3427 Gatewood Ct., Lexington 40502. 273- 

3968, 269-9503 
COLEMAN, Louis H., 4207 Wooded Way, Louisville 40219, 
502/969-0982, 584-0201 
COLLEY, Lynn W., 906 Elizabeth Dr., Hopkinsville 42240, 885-1353, 

886-4463 
COLLINS, Ronald K.. 2590 Buttermilk, Villa Hills 41017, 341- 

0578, 397-4944 
COLTHARP, Paul G., 4232 Forest Ave., Paducah 42001, 443-1982, 

443-7571 
COMBS, Harold A., General Delivery, Jeff 41751. 439-1271, 436- 

6811 
COMBS, Ira D., Box 237, Jeff 41751. 436-3002, 436-6811 
CONLEY, J. B., 1916 Blackburn, Ashland 41101. 324-9141 
CONLEY, Mark R.. 3217 East Holt St.. Ashland 41101, 325-3351, 

324-3151 
CONLIN, Martin T., 508 St. Joseph Lane #46, Park Hills 4101 1, 431- 

6395 
COOK, Chandlar D., P.O. Box 11, Corbin 40701, 523-0903, 528- 

6838 
COPPINGER, Allen, 207 Summit Dr.. Middlesboro 40965, 248- 

4196, 248-1371 
CORBEH, J. Byron, 201 S. Elm Grove, Bardstown 40004, 348- 

2155, 348-3953 
COSBY, William, 2209B McFarland Ave., Owensboro 42301, 926- 

0153 
COTTLE, Timothy A.. 1552 Hogan St., Portsmouth, OH 45662, 

606/266-8089, 232-2000 
COUCH, William J., Rt. 2 Box 94, Danville 40422, 236-4807, 236- 

9220 
COX, Mike, P.O. Box 164. Avawam 41713, 439-3756, 439-1460 
COX, Robert W., 7208 S. Waiterson Trail, Louisville 40291, 239- 

0978, 456-3131 
COXON, Glenn C, 9223 Talitha Dr., Louisville 40299, 267-4853 
CRAFT. Albert B., 1606 Meadowthorpe Dr., Lexington 40505, 

606/254-5365, 255-8600 
CRAFT, Robert E., Box 222B Ohio River Rd., Greenup 41144, 473- 

5096 
CRITTENDEN, Fred M.. 9028-C Estrada Av., Ft. Knox 40121, 624- 

5909 
CROLEY, Jerry W., P.O. Box 478, Williamsburg 40769, 549-4367, 

549-1234 
CROSS, Hugh W., Rt. 1 Box 160H, Radcliff 40160, 351-6156, 624- 

6640 
CRUTCHER, James Marion. Rt. 1 Box 294. Irvington 40146. 536- 

3476. 624-2943 
CRUTCHER. John M., 270 N. Deepwood Dr., Radcliff 40160. 351- 

9140, 624-1926 
CRUTCHER, Paul, Rt. 2 Box 91, Vine Grove 40175, 828-3745, 624- 

8349 
CURRENT, Ellis Ray, 3006 Montavesta Dr., Lexington 40502, 266- 

2877, 258-2700 
DALY, Terrence J., 5893-B Adams St., Ft. Knox 40121, 502/942- 

2345, 624-7034 
DANIELS, Don R. Sr., General Delivery, Whellwright 41669, 452- 

4118 
DANIELS, Donald R. II, Box 186, Wheelwright 41669, 606/452- 

4118, 358-4391 
DAVIDSON, Charles Robert 2404 Mammoth Way, Louisville 40299. 

267-0413 
DAVIDSON. Harlan Jr., Box 52, Hazard 41701, 439-1837, 666-7581 
DAVIS, Jay W., 710 Pineridge, Hopkinsville 42240, 885-4684 
DAVIS, Larry Wayne, P.O. Box 2, Barbourville 40906, 546-5639 
DAVIS, Mark A., Rt. 3, Horse Cave 42749, 786-1703. 786-2829 
DAVIS. Ralph C, 1326-S. 7th St., Ironton 45638, 532-8606, 532-9632 
DAY, Richard W.. 395 Redding Rd. #199, Lexington 40502. 273- 

3849.233-1600 
DAY, Roy E., Rt. 1. Otter Lake Est.. Hanson 42413. 322-8074, 476- 

2402 
DEAN, Roger L., CPO 567, Berea 40404, 986-8326, 986-3131 
DEATON, Dan E. III. Box 367. Matewan. W. Va. 25678, 304/426- 

4115, 426-8221 
DEAVER, Milford E.. 709 Charlene Dr.. Vine Grove 40175. 877- 

5637. 624-8530 
DELANEY. William T., 5 Hidden Valley Dr., Lawrenceburg, IN 

47025, 812/537-4399 
DENHAM, Edward G., Rt. 5, Box 483, Berea 40403, 986-1138, 986- 

3727 
DENTON. William J., 6709 Seminole Ave., Louisville 40214, 366- 

1122, 587-3160 
DeSENSI, W. C. "Chick", 7306 Stonemill Ci., l^uisville 40291, 239- 
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DeSENSI, William Dino, 4724 Quinn Dr., Louisville 40216, 447- 

6582, 585-5901 
DICKENS, William D., 313 Beawn Hill, Nicholasville 40356, 885- 

6727, 276-1507 
DICKISON, Stephen. Box 71, South Shore 41175, 932-4631, 836- 

9222 
DINGLE, William A. J. Jr., 739 Bishop Dr., Lexington 40505, 299- 

0812, 232-2023 
DIZNEY, William C, 206 4th St., Corbin 40701. 606/528-3313 
DONOGHUE. Terry, 144 Creseni. Florence 41042. 283-1069, 341-3790 
DORMAN. B. Todd. 623-Gun Powder. Florence 41042. 283-2482. 283- 

2482 
DOSSETT. Mac L., Rt. 4 Whippoorwill, Marion 42064, 965-2804, 965- 

3866 
DOWNS, Joseph W., 121 Parkview. Bardstown 40004. 502/348-5123. 

348-3991 
DOYLE. Danny K.. 128 McCready Ave.. Louisville 40206. 895-6515. 

776-4651 
DRAKE. Richard R., 72 Donnelly Dr.. Ft. Thomas 41075. 441-4235 
DROZ. Lee A.. P.O. Box 19. Inez 41224. 606 298-3712. 395-5348 
DUFF. Kenneth D.. R.R. tt\. Box 466, Hazard 41701. 436-5429 
DUFF. William C. 154 Goodrich Ave.. Lexington 40503. 277-0524. 

278-6026 
DUMM. Eugene H. Jr.. 7512 Millet PI.. Crestwood 40014. 502/241-0323 
DUPIN. Jackie H.. 308 Central Ave.. Elizabethiown 42701. 769-3668. 

765-7175 
DURDEN. John R., Rt. #1. Box 126-A. Cerulean 42215. 885-8847. 886- 

4463 
DURHAM. Tom. 137 lantern Way. Nicholasville 40356. 223-1727. 255- 

3612 
DUVALL, Robert Lee Jr. .100 Kelly Dr. .Glasgow 42141. 651-9609. 651- 

3806 
DYEHOUSE. James F. Jr.. 3462 Boston Rd.. Lexington 40503. 278- 

1620. 257-1826 
EASLEY. Dan W.. Rt. 2 Logan Ln.. Nicholasville 40356 
EASTERLY. Tom. 210 W. State St.. Frankfort 40601. 223-5488. 253- 

1377 
EGAN, Susan E.. 35 Huckleberry Ci.. Ft. Mitchell 41019. 341-3830. 721- 

1149 
EHRLER. David J., 2315 Manchester Rd.. Louisville 40205. 502/458- 

8766. 452-4641 
ELDRIDGE. Wayne R.. P.O. Box 98. Science Hill 42553, 423-3495. 

478-8161 
ELKIN. Larry. 102 Whippoorwill Dr.. Edgewood 41018. 341 -4766. 922- 

0100 
ELLIOT. Jerry O.. 805 Barbourville St.. Corbin 40701. 528-6579. 528- 

3131 
ELOVITZ. Carl J., 1920 Spring Grove Ave.. Lexington 40509. 277- 

3994. 873-3691 
EMMONS. Guy W.. Rt, 2. Box 51. Lanesville. IN 47136. 812/952-3850. 

367- 1781 
ENSSLIN, Charles W., Box 564. Barbourville 40906. 546-8503. 546- 

8661 
EPPERSON. James F.. Box 5379, Lexington 40555, 233-2219, 254-934 1 
ESTES, Walter R., 5736 Graham Ln.. Owensboro 42301 . 28 1 -5609. 729- 

4052 
EVANS. Alvin Ray. Box 576, Jellico, TN 37762, 615/784-7636. 784- 

9933 
EVANS. Daniel E.. Box 457. Middlesboro 40965. 606/248-6327. 273- 

5056 
EVANS. Ronnie B.. 521 Short White Oak Rd.. Russell 41 169.836-1709. 

325-8456 
EWEN. George D.. 2082 Rambler Rd.. Lexington 40503. 278-6235. 254- 

2346 
EWING, Roger G.. 3205 Kings Ci.. Bardstown 40004. 348-3253. 348- 

9211 
FARMER. Garland. Rt. 1. Cynthiana 41031. 234-1802. 252-3439 
FAULKNER. Todd. Box 897. Corbin 40701. 606 528-0865 
FAY, John C. 329 Wilson Drowning Rd.. Lexington 40503. 272-6182 
FELTNER. Danny R.. R.R. 2 Box 151 A, Hazard 4 1701. 436-5152. 436- 

3155 
FENIMORE. Clark E.. 4083 Colman Ave.. Louisville 40207. 896-7416. 

491-8400 
FERRELL. Ronnie D.. Box 2500. Williamson. W.Va. 25661, 606/237- 

1344. 235-2323 
FERRIS. Mark R.. 609 Locust Ln.. Louisville 40213. 636-0804. 566- 

9471 
FINCK. Dennis R.. 2618 Pindell Ave.. Louisville 40217. 244-1041. 425- 

8800 
FISH. Leiand G.. 118 Burnett. Lexington 40505. 255-9905. 233-2535 
FLICKINGER. Robert E.. Rt. 4 Box 221. Glasgow 42141. 428-2175 
FLIEHMAN. John R.. Chloe Rd., Pikeville41501. 432-8319. 432-1461 
FOSTER. Berryman E.. 927 Waverly Dr., Lexington 40505, 255-7374, 
233-2535 



FOWLER, Gar\' O.. 855 Yuma Ct.. Bowling Green 42101. 781-1468. 

781-5670 
FRALEY. Charlie L.. Co. B 1/17 Inf.. APO San Francisco. CA 96224 
FRANCIS. Jesse E. Sr.. 2423 Valley Vista Rd.. Louisville 40205. 451- 

4382. 451-6181 
FRANK. Joseph Garv. 112 Sixth Ave.. Dayton 41074. 431-0347, 351- 

5800 
FRAZER, Tom Roe, Rt. 1 Box 321, Sturgis 42459, 333-4412, 33-4672 
FRIEDMAN. Charles M.. 4502 Fegenbush Ln.. Louisville 40218. 499- 

8861. 582-1645 
FRYREAR. Bill P.. 204 Lanark Dell. Louisville 40243, 245-0345, 452- 

4757 
FUCHS. Charles. 704 5th Ave., Dayton 41074, 581-6080 
FURLONG. W.E.. 3320 Grandview Ave., Louisville 40207, 895-7455, 

582-5108 
FUTRELL. Keith M. 4020 Rudy Martin Dr.. Owensboro 42301. 683- 

4336. 683-9061 
GALLAHER. Jack F.. 2947 Adams Ave.. Ashland 41 101. 325-2420. 329- 

2111 
GANN. Ronnie W.. 1600 Kenton St.. Bowling Green 42101. 843-1006. 

782-2900 
GASTINEAU. Joby A. III. 
GARCIA. Chencho. 416 Edgewood Dr.. Nicholasville 40356. 887-2579, 

887-2426 
GARRETT. Bland H. 113 \'enetion Wav. Bardstown 4004. 348-2656, 

348-9042 
GATTUSO. Jim F.. Box 218. Gilbert, W.Va. 25621. 304/664-8589.664 

8589 
GELBKE. Gilbert M.. 840 Alexandria Dr.. Ft. Thomas 41075. 781-2273 

542-6603 
GENTRY. Dale J.. 6301 Oak Valley Dr.. Louisville 40214, 447-5981 

637-7717 
GETTLER. John F.. 705 Providence Rd.. Lexington 40502. 266-4801 

255-4302 
GFELL. George V.. 3319 Coldstream. Lexington 40502. 272-1349. 269 

1445 
GILES. Frank H. Jr.. 1875 Pensacola. Lexington 40503, 278-3030, 252- 

9414 
GILKER.SON. Pat H.. Ri. 1. Box 117. Prichard WV 25555. 486-5291 

525-7611 
GILLIAM. Randy. 1379 Bordeaux Dr., Lexington 40504. 252-4581 
GOBER. John S.. 204 Morningside. Clarksville. TN 37040, 615 648- 

2731,798-3010 
GOBLE. Kenneth R. Jr. . C 48 Chateau Apt.. Clarksville TN 37040. 645- 

3580. 648-4343 
GOBLE. Kenneth R. Sr.. 530 Appleton Ave., Clarksville TN 37040. 

647-2969. 647-8342 
GODBEY. Tom. Rt. 3, Box 98-A, Cailettsburg 41129. 324-6724. 324- 

6724 
GOLD. Steven D.. 339 Main St., Henderson 42420. 826-8109. 827-5353 
GORE. Bailey. 1603 Sunset. Murray 42071. 753-8509. 762-6285 
GORHAM. Barry W.. 121 1 E. Cooper Dr.. Lexington 40502. 266-3978. 

231-1000 
GOUR. Bob. P.O. Box 1409, Bowling Green 42101, 843-9582, 842-8177 
GRAAS, Oscar. 3915 Taylor Estates, Anchorage 40222. 241-5614. 897- 

1551 
GRAHAM. Jim. 2517 Jackson St.. Ashland 41 101, 324-8169, 329-7733 
GRAHAM. John A.. 125 Louisiana Ave., Lexington 40502, 266-1963 
GREENWELL. Robert A., 4114 Wimpole Rd., Louisville 40218, 491- 

8646. 426-2566 
GREFER. Thomas J.. 65 Geiger Ave.. Bellevue 41073. 491-3219. 261- 

8655 
GRIGGS. John N.. 2900 Yellowstone. Lexington 40502. 606/273-5603 
GROSS. Joseph. B.. 722 Terrace View. Lexington 40504. 231-0843. 252- 

2661 
Gl'MBLE. Artie. 724 St. MatlhewsCircle, Taylor Mill 41015. 431-2905. 

352-7773 
GUTTERMAN. James D.. 2925 Winierhawk Rd.. Louisville 40220. 

491-3046. 584-4685 
GUY. Newton S.. Box 774. Harlan 40831. 573-4684. 573-4707 
HACKETT. Wilber L. Sr.. 1472 Olive St.. Louisville 40210. 772 0493 
HADDEN. Newell. Ri. 1. Stanford 40484. 792-3411. 236-8784 
HADDIX. Daniel E.. Picnic Hill. Jackson 41339. 666-4093. 666- 

8881 
HAGAN. Michael J., 9104 Catania Dr., Louisville 40299. 499-1168. 

964-2303 
HAINLINE. Charles C. 1 19 Millstone Dr.. Richmond 40475. 523-4779 

623-9376 
HALL. Charles E., R.R.#2, Winierhawk. Danville 40422, 236-8811. 
236-2604 
HAMBY. Thomas E.. 201 Gateway Lane. Hopkinsvillc 42240. 885- 

9980. 885-9491 
HAMILTON. Daniel M.. 73 Flintlock Dr . Burlington 41005. 586- 

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HAMMOCK, Don L., 8501 Wooded Glen Ci.. Louisville 40220, 491- 

1744.896-1701 
HAMMONS, George F., Box 283. Barbourville 40906. 546-6449. 546- 

5859 
HANCOCK, Norbert E.. 4000 Kinnaird Ave., Louisville 40243. 245- 

6847 244-0700 
HARRIS. David L., P.O. Box A. Bardstown 40005. 348-5733. 348-331 1 
HARRIS. Gary W.. Wallins Creek. Wallins 40873. 664-2985 
HARVIE. Jack B.. 1256 Aydubon Rd.. Park Hills 4101 1. 292-0700. 431- 

4275 
HATFIELD. Cecil E., 1726 W. 5th Ave.. Williamson. W.Va. 25661. 235- 

4001, 235-3333 
HAWKINS, Donald H., Rt. 2. Vine Grove 41075, 828-3631, 828-2125 
HAWKINS. Slewari D., General Delivery, Chaplin 40012. 673-3436. 

348-3991 
HEABERLIN. William S. Jr.. 3223 E. Holi Si.. Ashland 41101. 329- 

1584. 734-4166 
HEABERLIN. Bill Sr., 928 Washington Ave., Flatwoods 41139. 836- 

6915. 329-7253 
HEABERLIN, Robert L.. Box 42. Pedro OH 45659. 614/532-8529, 836- 

9681 
HEAD, Lon E.. P.O. Box 339. Corbin 40701. 528-5064. 528-2390 
HELTON. Leslie. 4807 Margo Ave.. Louisville 40258. 935-0850. 897- 

3151 
HENRY. Barry. 1034 McElroy Ave.. Bowling Green 42101, 782-0848, 

842-6134 
HENSON. Paul C. 409 Stamper Apt. #2B. Corbin 40701, 528-0247. 

528-6545 
HILL. James P. 1200 Byers Ave.. Owensboro 42301. 926-1376. 684-7221 
HILLNER. John. 209 Sparrow Dr.. Elsmere 41018. 342-6046. 431-1063 
HILLYER. Charles L. 201 Dalewood Dr.. ClarksvilleTN. 37040. 615/ 

647-7525. 798-5416 
HIXON. Carl. 103 Mayfair Dr.. Maylield 42066. 247-2930. 247-1621 
HOFFMAN. Thomas A.. 812 Dalewood Dr.. Villa Hills 41017. 

606 331-8572, 371-2900 
HOLBROOK, John F.. 411 Letcher St., Whiieburg 41858, 633-7428 
HOLLAND. James Thomas Jr., 1709 Barnard Way. Bowling Green 

42101. 782-1314. 781-6604 
HOPSON. James E.. Ri. 1. Box 918 M. Pikeville41501. 631-1933. 432- 

1461 
HOUCHENS. Tom. 220 Chippewa Ln. . London 4074 1 . 864-9075. 864- 

2135 
HOWARD. Donald W.. Box 14. Benham 40807. 606. 848-5919 
HOWARD, James. General Delivery. Loyall 40854. 573-4752. 573-4520 
HOWARD. Thomas F.. 3050 W. Broadway. Louisville 40211. 245- 

3123. 774-8747 
HUBBARD. John D.. 117 E. Stephen Foster. Bardstown 40004. 348- 

3067. 348-6457 
HUGHES. Charles A.. 209 Josephine Dr.. Presionsburg 41653. 

606/886-8197 
HUHN. Ted. 802 Moser Rd.. Louisville 40223, 244-0126. 636-1466 
HULME. David L., 155 Churchill Park, Louisville 40220, 452-1639. 

447-6696 
HUMPHREY. Joseph K.. 10611 Millers Lane. Valley Station 40272. 

933-1108. 778-3342 
HUNTER, Harold J.. HHC 3/33 Armor. APO New York 09045. 2333- 

7291 
HUNTER. James E.. 4219 Naneen Dr.. Louisville 40216. 367-1361 
lANNA^ZI. Domenic. 602 Pennsylvania Ave. Apt. 4, Elizabethiown 

42701. 769-5782. 624-2037 
IDOL. Billy Joe St.. 124 Leafwood Rd.. Middlesboro 40965, 248-2837. 

248-1371 
INMAN. Gary O.. 228 Seminole Rd.. Elizabethtown 42701. 765-6886. 

769-1349 
ISHMAEL. Stephen A.. 2605 Top Hill Rd.. Louisville 40206, 897-9509 
IVES, Rick. 1640 Sharon Dr.. Bowling Green 42101 . 843-3629. 842-5302 
JACKSON. Ed. 2507 W. 9ih St.. Owensboro 42301. 684-4664.926-3200 
JACKSON. Robert W.. 7489-H 5th Armd Div. Rd.. Ft. Knox 40121 . 624- 

1771. 624-3424 
JACOBY. Ben W.. Rt. I. Georgetown 40324, 863-0508, 255-6812 
JANES, Charles, P.O. Box 497. Bardstown 40004. 348-6545. 348-3991 
JEFFERS. Steve. Star Rt. 2. Box 162. Gray 40734. 528-0729, 546-5101 
JENKINS, Burney. Apt. 2. 1 122 Pawnee. Georgetown 40323. 863-3612. 

863-3805 
JOHNSON, Bob. 354 Ringo St.. Ashland 41101. 324-8447. 329-7111 
JOHNSON, Gregory K., 303 Lindsey Wilson St., Columbia 42728, 384- 

3038. 384-4776 
JOHNSON, Harry A., 4329 Harts Cl., Paducah 42001. 443-1767, 444- 

6311 
JOHNSON, Jack J.. 407 Chitwood. Florence 41042, 371-4967. 283-2795 
JOHNSON. Kenneth W.. Rt. 5. Box 123. Morehead 40351. 606/784- 

4751. 784-8388 
JOHNSON. Larry J.. 303 Patlon Dr., Ashland 325-0550, 329-7313 
JOHNSON, Rae L., 1 1900 Barricks Rd. . Lot 244. Louisville 40229, 957- 
5873, 964-3329 



JOHNSON, Reid O., 1126 Redwood Dr.. Lexington 40511. 255-9076. 

259-1411 
JOHNSON. Roderick V.. 354 Ohio St.. Lexington 40508. 255-0304. 

278-8124 
JONES. Denver. P.O. Box 700, Hazard 41701. 439-1812. 436-5771 
JONES, John B.. Box 246. Cadiz 42211. 522-3759. 522-6641 
JONES. Paul D.. 1705 Lynn Way. Louisville40222. 426-0544. 588-6495 
JONES. Spurgeon L. Jr., 332 Wilder Dr.. Owensboro 42301. 684-0924. 

684-8305 
JOYNER. Robert L.. 8907 Thelma Ln.. Louisville 40220. 491-3266. 

897-3259 
KANAREK. Robert S., 8847 Valley Circle Dr., Florence 41042, 525- 

6076. 525-3500 
KELLER. Terry J.. 237 Ludford. Ludlow 41016. 261-9987. 581-8777 
KELSAY. Mark D.. Box 505, East Bernstadt 40729. 843-6393. 843-3551 
KEMEN. Jerry, 440 Pickett Dr., Ft. Wright 4101 1, 331-4272, 871-4500 
KERSEY, Wm. Andy, 1211 Maple Ln., Corbin 40701, 528-7122, 528- 

2500 
KIDD. Michael D., 115 Etna St.. Russell 44169, 606/836-6952 
KINCH. Marvin N.. 104 Woodland Dr.. Somerset 42501. 679-3690. 679- 

3423 
KING. Russell F.. 18 N. Sunset, Williamson 25661. 235-4061. 236-3301 
KINNARD, Robert F., 2349 Shandon Dr.. Lexington 40505. 299-2083. 

232-6140 
KINSLOW. Bill, 600 Hedgewood Dr., Franklin 42134. 586-8620. 586- 

4451 
KIRK. Charles. P.O. Box 543, Cumberland 40823, 589-2086. 837-2849 
KIRK, Jerry R., Rt. 1 General Delivery, Partridge 40862. 589-5760. 633- 

4422 
KIRKLIN. Luther R., Sunny Acres, Harlan 40831. 606/635-9074, 261- 

2980 
KIRKLAND. Drew. 41 19 N.Stafford. Owensboro 42301. 926-2488, 684- 

1404 
KLOPP. William A. Jr.. 10 Meadow Ln.. Alexandria 41001, 606/635- 

9074. 261-2980 
KLOSTERMAN. John C. 521 Linden St., Ludlow 41016, 261-8383, 

431-0462 
KLUSMAN. Carl J. Jr.. 3004 Piedmont. Louisville 40205. 459-0581. 

634-1531 
KORDENBROCK. Joseph S., 106 Hart Dr.. Hebron 41048. 689-7190, 

371-2900 
KUSTER. Thomas T., 2902 White Plains Rd., Louisville 40218, 491- 

3979. 581-6125 
LAMBERT. Irvm. 6412 Fern Crest, Louisville 40291, 239-4996. 459- 

0382 
LANG. Dean E., 3345 Post Rd. Apt. 96, Lexington 40503. 276-4592, 

277-9811 
LASCH, James H., 4018 Retreat Rd., Louisville 40219, 964-2785. 581- 

3411 
LAWLESS. Michael E.. Barrett Circle Apt. 204. Henderson 42420, 827- 

4186 
LAWSON. Don T. 1 16 College Pk. Dr.. Barbourville 40906. 546-5658. 

546-5157 
LEAHY. Patrick. 2907 Cromarty Way. Louisville 40218. 491-6766, 587- 

5640 
LEDFORD. Tom. 2702 Wren Rd.. Clarksville 37040, 431-4482 
LEE, Charles A.. 33 16 Breaux Dr., Louisville 40220. 541 -0855. 451-0047 
LEE. Charles J.. P.O. Box 57. Williamsburg 40769. 549-3766, 528-5851 
LEE. William A.. Box 116. WallinsCreek. 664-2127. 573-5027 
LELAND, Lonnie L.. 2040 Spring Station Cl.. Lexington 40505. 

606/299-5300, 299-4317 
LeMAY, M. Chris. 205 E. Riverside Dr.. Jcffersonville 47130. 283-4363, 

561-5040 
LENTRY. Rick. 3051 Kirklevington 185. Lexington 40502. 272-6329. 

269-2001 
LEONARD. James G.. 550 Hickory Box 3A. Calvert City 42029, 395- 

7237 
LESLIE, Bennett Lee. General Delivery, Emma 41625, 874-9543, 886- 

6860 
LESLIE. Jerry M.. General Delivery, Emma 41625, 874-9748, 395-5366 
LIGGEH. Ernest J., 46 Home St.. Newport 41071. 491-8061. 221-1234 
LILE. Benny Cameron. R2 Box 238. Hardyville 42746. 565-1935 
LILE. Clyde F.. Rt. 6. Hopkinsville 42240. 886-5584. 886-2433 
LILLIE. Wes. 1707 Dundee Rd.. Louisville 40205. 459-9193, 456-1586 
LINKES, Clifford C, 395 Redding Rd. 83, Lexington 40502. 272-8722. 

564-3020 
LINTEMUTH, Dan, 400 Corbitt Dr.. Wilmore 40390. 606/858-3261 
LOGAN. Michael. General Delivery. South Shore 41175. 932-6516 
LONG. James E., Box 73. Baskett 42402, 827-5000, 827-1867 
LONG. Scottie J., Rt. 5 Box 232. Henderson 42420. 826-5419 
LOONEY, James O., Rt. I Box 631, Ashcamp 41512, 754-9300, 754- 

4866 
LOWE. Stan F., P.O. Box 337. Russellville 42276, 726-6647 
LOWE, William H., 3389 Pine Tree Ln., Erianger 41018, 525-2597. 
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LUCKETT, Paul J.. Ri. 4. Box 173. Owcnsboro 42301. 229-4244. 683- 

3532 
LUCKETT, Thomas Edward. 811 Florence Ct.. Owensboro 42301, 

685-1994, 683-3532 
LUSBY. George. 615 Pueblo Trail, Georgetown 40324, 863-1440, 863- 

3805 
LYNCH. David A., 2606 Boone St., Ashland 41 101. 325-0333, 329-7253 
LYNCH. Lester ¥.. 702 N. Main St.. Elizabeihtown 42701. 765-2060. 

769-5592 
LYNN. Donald L.. 8 Cottonwood, Dayton 41074, 441-1844. 482-2640 
LYKINS, James O., 2833 Campus Dr.Fi. Mitchell 41017. 331-7675. 

261-2980 
McCAMISH. Dan L.. Ri. 5 Milton Ave.. Elizabeihtown 42701 . 502 737- 

6973. 351-3167 
McCLURE. Jerry. 1857 Courtland Dr.. Lexington 40505. 299-5465. 

293-1812 
McCLURE. Tom. 204 Madison Ave.. Bardsiown 40004. 348-9662. 348- 

3931 
McCONNELL, James D., 140 Crestview Rd., Russell 41 169, 836-6394. 

329-7441 
McCORKLE. Bruce K., 7605 Ft. Sumter Ct.. Louisville 40214. 361- 

4214. 581-2510 
McCORMICK. Don R.. Ri 2. Box 309A. Frankfort 40601. 839-5704. 

564-3400 
McCOURT. Lowell Albert. Ri. 3. Ironworks Estates. Georgetown 
40324.863-6028.564-7183 

McCOWAN. Connell. Rt. 1 Box 253. Corbin 40701. 528-4932 
McCULLEN. Stephen G.. Rt. 3. Box 32, Bowling Green 42101. 502 

843-2242. 842-5302 
McDANIEL. James B.. Timbcrline W. Apt. 310. Bessemer AL 35023. 

205/428-4832, 821-4141 
McFADDEN. Jimmie. 649 Northside Dr.. Lexin.ijton 40505. 299-1635. 

276-2021 
McFALLS, Garry R.. 5458 E. Lowe. Ft. Knox 40 1 21 . 624-3002. 624-4 1 48 
McGAHA. Gary. 304 Covert Run. Bellevue 41073. 431-5151. 681-3200 
McGAREY. Paul E.. 4826 Sherwood Dr.. .\shland 41 101 . 325-0268. 329- 

3333 
McGINTY. David L. Jr.. 1909 Dixie Garden Dr.. Valley Station 40272 

935-2749. 584-4331 
McGINTY. L. V. Jr.. 3927 Primrose PL. Paducah 42001. 422-8080. 442- 

8050 
McGINTY. Steven D.. 9930 Appollo Ct.. Valley Station 40272. 448- 

6835 
McGRATH. Robert C. 3221 Tara Galen Dr.. Louisville 40216, 447- 

0346. 778-2773 
McKINNEY. Adelle F.. 2770 Lavon Ct.. Radcliff 40160. 351-5299. 351- 

6818 
McNAY, James F.. 9602 Cochise Way. Louisville 40258. 935-9225. 828- 

8244 
McNEIL. Larry David. 1208 Maple St.. Flatwoods 4 1 139. 836-8959. 325- 

4664 
MALONE. Arthur \V.. 121 Davies St.. Ludlow 41016. 431-6544. 632- 

4752 
MANNINGS. Conley. Rt. 2. Box 240. Rockholds 40759. 549-0250. 549- 

2463 
MARTIN. Tony, 5334 Southdale Rd.. Louisville 40214. 502 361-7226. 

366-0373 
MASON. W. C. 2018 N. Limestone. Lexington 40505. 299-9344. 232- 

2047 
MATHENEY. John B.. 2903 Smallhouse Rd.. Bowling Green 42101. 

781-4590. 842-1953 
MATTMILLER. Richard. 268 South Point Dr.. Lexington 40,503. 272- 

2780.233-0118 
MAUPIN. Randy. 2451 Millbrook Dr.. Lexington 40503. 278 6842. 

231-2820 
MAXER. Alan F.. 5705 Tarragon Ct.. Louisville 40219. 968-4290. 582- 

6123 
MAYER. Edward. 1527 Sylvan Wav. Louisville 40205. 4.56-4960. 589- 

0635 
MAYS. Harry Vernon. P.O. Box 405. Heidrick 40949. 546-6369. 546- 

9253 
MEADE. Winston. Box 444. Neon 41840. 606 855-4387 
MEDLEY. Frank R.. P.O. Box 675. Bardstown 40004. 348-4831. 348- 

9281 
MEIER. Tony. 248 Glenwood Ave.. Ludlow 41016, 431-6348 
MEIMAN, John, 2777 Maple Rd.. Louisville 40205, 895-7877, 637-5492 
MELOAN, Ross B.. 311 N. lOih St.. Murray 42071. 753-0387. 762-6831 
MELTON. Jerome Skip. Box 53. 211 Virginia Ave.. Glasgow 42141. 

651-8078. 651-2031 
MENSHOUSE. Larry K.. Rt. 3 Box 1 Donta Dr.. Ashland 41101. 928- 

9170,329-7317 
MERCKER, George E., 1017 Ky. Home Life BIdg.. Louisville 40202. 

451-8399, 585-4251 
METZGER. Don. 9312 Cloverwood Ln.. Fern Creek 40291. 239-9813. 

452-4641 



MEYER. Michael F., 824 Lilly Ln., Jeffersonville, IN 47130,812 282- 

.5665, 283-7714 
MILLER, John W., 2412 LaMar 'Ave.. Louisville 40216. 448-2976 
MILLER. Thomas F.. 89 Thompson. Ft. Mitchell 41017. 331 -1347. 331- 

1644 
MITCHELL. Glen. 2017 Lydia St.. Ashland 41 101, 324-3471. 324-5126 
MOLOHON. Rick. 4103 Rossland Dr.. Bardstown 40004. 348-6844. 
348-3222 

MOODY. Joel D.. Ri 1. Georgetown 40324. 863-0813. 232-4750 
MOORE. Alvin. Box 1 170. New Garden Station 40121. 942-3665. 624- 

8310 
MOORE. Franklin. 5351 Whitmore Dr.. Cincinnati, Ohio 45238. 

513 922-8317. 961-8000 
.VIOORE. Phillip H.. Rt. 6 Box 403. Bowlin.i; Green 42101. 781-9340. 

842-5302 
MOORE. Robert W.. 441 Forest Ave,. Erlanger 41018. 342-6942. 261- 

4613 
MOORE. Wm. Kelly. 75 N, Lake Dr.. Prestonsburg 41653. 886-3623. 

886-3083 
MORGAN. Glenn W. 4724 Richaid,son Rd,. Ashland 41 101 . 324-3542. 

329-7367 
MORGAN. James i... P.O. Box 1051. Henderson 42420. 826-5801 . 479- 

1000 
MORGAN. Keith P.. 522 Taylor Dr.. London 40741 
MORGAN. Richard. 522 I'aylor Dr.. London 40741. 864-9253. 864- 

5114 
MORRIS. Edward C. 153 Raintiee Dr,. Florence 41042. 371-9496. 727- 

2337 
MORRIS. Stephen W.. 505 Wilson Ave,. Cynthiana 41031 . 234-2969. 

254-6412 
MORSE. Richard K.. 163 N. Deepwood Dr.. Radcliff 40160. 351-3748. 
624-4646 
MORSE. Russell. I63N, Deepwood Dr.. Radcliff 40160. 351-3748. 351- 

3365 
MULLINS. Bob D.. 623 31st St.. Paducah 42001. 502' 

442-8150. 442-9300 
MURDACH, Leslie L., 965 Homestead Trail. Henderson 42420. 827- 

4133 
MURFF. Robert H,. 1023A Drennan Park. Ft. Campbell 42223. 

615 431-4119. 798-3011 
MURRAY, Bobby L., 206 N. 5th Williamsburg 40769. 606, 549-1696. 

864-5138 
MYERS. Ernie. 115 Wingate, Glasgow 42141-0033, 502/651-6049, 651- 

3708 
N ABEREZN V, Paul M, 1 100 W. Main Apt. B. Murray 4207 1 . 753-8326. 

762-6851 
NASH. Richard C. 4521 Hunters Trace. Owensboro 42301. 684-0683 
NELLIGAN. Mike. 222 Hcming Way. Louisville 40207. 893-5440 
NETHERCUTT. Henrv W.. 82 Sycamore St.. Huntington W.Va 

25705. 304 523-2112. 429-6741 
NICKELL. Carl Duane. 237 Maxfield Dr.. Paducah 42001. 444-6095. 

543-7434 
NIEMANN, Larry V.. 1277 Dillion Ave.. Raceland 41169. 606/836- 

1556. 329-7591 
NOONAN. Robert M.. 144 Whirlaway. Corbin 40701. 523-0901. 546- 

4188 
NORWOOD. Thomas. 811 Henry St.. Franklin 42134. 586-3614. 586- 

8241 
OETJEN. Gregory. P.O. Box 129. Newport 41072. 341-1087 
ONKST. Glen Alan. Forest Circle, Corbin 40701, 523-0698 

528-1122 
OSBORNE, Lonnie, 220 Lakeview Dr., Pikeville 41501, 432-5453, 432- 

1414 
OSBORNE, Ronnie, Rt 1 Box 242-A, Baxter 40806, 573-7264, 573-1450 
OSBORNE, Ted G,. Box 23008. Lexington 40325. 606 269-1 1 15 
OSER. Larry. 110 Mariner Dr.. Georgetown 40324. 863-4614. 863-4771 
OSTING. J, Douglas. 106 Ruth Street. Princeton 42445. 365-9772. 365- 

2522 
OSTING. James E. II. 7518 Yorktown Rd.. Louisville 40214. 368-9631. 

361-7181 
OWENS. Lamarce. 3229 River Park Dr.. Louisville 40211, 776-9607. 

587-0591 
OWENS. Lewis Michael, 225 Radcliffe Rd., Lexington 40505. 293- 

5878. 272-8625 
OWENS. Paul E.. 320 W. 4th Ave.. Williamson. W.Va. 25661. 304/235- 

8654. 235-2323 
OWENS. Pcle. 3366 Nevius Dr.. Lexington 40513. 278-0016. 232-2972 
PACE, Donald, 3087 Cleveland Rd., Lexington 40511. 293-0181. 252- 

5669 
PACE. Kevin. Rt. I. Box 293. Corbin 40701. 523-1275, 528-3140 
PAGE, James N., P.O. Box 434. Corbin 40701. 528-8263 
PALKO. Edward Thomas. Rt. I, Owenton Rd.. Frankfort 40601. 223- 

8833. 873-4541 
PARKER, Eugene M., 1 118 Markham, Paducah 42001, 442-9033, 443- 



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PXSSAFIIIME. John, 7716 St., Bernard a.. Louisville 40291 , 239-4373. 

778-2761 
PATE, Lloyd W., 608 Ronnie Rd., Madison 37115, 868-3751, 868-2910 
PAULY, John C, 6 Cornell, Ft. Mitchell, 41017, 331-1645, 331-01 15 
PEEMO, Harry R., 315 Howard .St., Ludlow 41016, 581-7097 
PERRIN. James A., 3601 Dale Hollow Dr., Hopkinsvillc 42240, 886- 

0474, 886-4463 
PERRY, John F., 9202 Blossom Ln. 8, Louisville 40222, 502/426-8361, 

451-6181 
PETERSON, Bill S., P.O. Box 667, Bardslown 40004, 252-9959, 348- 

9224 
PICKRELL, Jerry, 3874 Joshua Cir., Lexington 40503. 606 223-4555 
PIETROWSKL Paul, 107 Oaklawn, Corbin 40701. 523-0272, 528-1630 
PINKERMAN, Charles C, 3500 Hickory St., Catletisburg 41 129, 739- 

6645, 324-7114 
PINSON, Paul L.. Rt. 6 Box 412, Ashland 41101, 928-5708. 928-6441 
PITTMAN. Spencer R., 909 Boonesboro Rd., Winchester 40391, 744- 

8508, 744-4812 
PITTS, John L.. 4103 Delia Fay Dr., Louisville 40219. 968-8069 
PONCHOT, C. Joseph, 3387 Appleiree Ln.. Erlanger 41018, 342-6932 
POOLE. Glenn, 317 Ridgcwood Dr.. Versailles 40383. 873-5124. 272- 

8626 
POTTER. James M., 3200 Loch Ness Apt. 102, Lexington 40502, 273- 

3376, 232-6506 
POTTS, Roy Allen, 3031 Louisa Ave., Louisville 40217, 637-8248, 776- 

4651 
POWELL, Robert L. 2341 Winchester Ave. Ashland 41101, 606/325- 

0341, 329-7747 
POWERS, Elmer, 1017 N. Main, Barbourville 40906, 546-6613. 864- 

2271 
PUCKETT. Paul E.. 2206 Merriewood. Owcnsboro 42301. 926-8943 
PUCKETT. Robert O.. 813 Otter Creek Rd., Vine Grove 40175. 877- 

5362. 624-8432 
PUGH. Robert B., 913 Witthuhn Way. Lexington 40503. 223-2359. 

276-4421 
PURCELL. Ken. 1100 County Cork, Murray 4027 1,753-8233, 762-4459 
PlIRCELL, Michael R., 2689 Anbeth Ct., Lakeside Park 41017, 341- 

4549, 961-6254 
Pl'RWIN, John C , Rt. 13 Minnie Way, Bowling Green 42101. 842- 

8540, 842-7302 
QUEHL, Harry "Bud", P.O. Box 309, Princeton 42445, 365-2238, 365- 

7207 
QUILLEN, Donald L., Box 354, Neon 41840, 885-4691, 633-9332 
RAINS, E. Paul, Rt. 4, Box 922, Williamsburg 40769, 549-0240, 549- 

5000 
RANDALL, Leroy, 148 W. Kenton Station, Alexandria 41001, 635- 

7448, 635-4161 
RANSDELL, John D., 130 Rolling Hills, Danville 40422, 236-9355, 

236-2113 
RAPP. Tim, 2023 New Haven Ct., Flatwoods 41 139, 836-1392, 329-3333 
RAPP, William C, 1836 Woodland Dr., Ironton 45638, 532-1983. 532- 

7245 
RAWDON. Richard. P.O. Box 63 1 . Georgetown 40324. 535-6198. 863- 

5400 
READ, Frederick K., 1338 Greenup St., Covington 41011, 431-5197 
REAMS, Frank E.. Rt. 1. Hanred 40144. 756-5169. 547-4491 
RESS, Gary A., 5810 Shelby St., Fern Creek 40291, 239-0976 
RICH, Dale L., 2900 Yellowstone Pkwy. E., Lexington 40502, 273- 

5603 
REYNOLDS, Elmer, P.O. Box 421, Loyall 40854, 5731828. 573-1900 
RIFFE, Gary L., Rt., 3 Box 477A, Ashland 41101, 928-9827, 329-3333 
RILEY, Michael S., Rt. 1, Mayfield 42066, 382-2753, 247-1621 
ROARK, Jimmy W.. P.O. Box 1 14, Pathfork 40863, 664-2883, 664-3444 
ROBERTS, James E., 1019 Pawnee Dr., Elizabethtown 42701, 765- 

4739, 737-2700 
ROBY, James B., Elmercst, Bardstown 40004, 348-6264, 348-9030 
ROBY. Michael John. 104 Cumberland Dr.. Princeton 42445. 365-2484, 

926-0550 
ROGERS, Rufus B., 1424-A Fourth Ave., Ft. ,Knox 40121, 942-8568, 

459-3731 
ROSEN, William H., Box 2197, Williamson, W. Va. 25661, 606/237- 

1092, 304/235-1995 
ROTTIGERS, Robert, 361 N. Isi, Danville 40422, (Bus.) 236- 

9900 
ROUSE, Thomas L., 1 14 Highland Ave., Ft. Mitchell 41017. 331-5417. 

727-4484 
RUNYON, Tommy D., Box 181, Belfry 41514, 353-9206, 353-7239 
RUSS, Chuck, 2413 Mt. Claire, Louisville 40217. 637-4158. 778-2791 
RUSSELL. Allen R.. 124 Laurel Dr., Ashland 41101, 836-4334, 739- 

4166 
RUSSELL, Gary E., 2112 Gregory Dr., Henderson 42420, 827-2437, 

826-9578 (Wife) 
RUSSELL, Phillip r., 815 E. Main St., Corbin 40201, 528-0650, 528- 
1465 



SAMMONS, C.J. , Box 57 Red Jacket, W.Va. 25692. 426-41 7 1,235-2122 
SANDERSON, John C, OBI, Oneida 40972, 847-4536, 847-4111 
SATTERLY, Grant G., Rt. 1. Box 205. Eminence 40019, 502/845-4930 
SAYLOR. Gary L.. Rt. 4. Box 106. Wallins 40873, 573-6426, 573-9400 
SAYLORS, Carlee, 1700 Main, -Murray 42071, 753-7979, 753-1492 
SCHILLING, Donald, 246 N. 38th St., Paducah 42011, 444-6716, 442- 

3654 
SCHULER, Michael, L.. Rt. 5. Sheperdsville 40265. 543-2686 
SCHULTEN, John J.. 5103 Lesabre Dr.. Louisville 40216. 447-8653 
SCHULTZ. Frank D.. 128 Country Squire Ln.. Bardstown 40004. 348- 

5137, 964-5911 
SCOTT, Bill, 1816 McDonald Ave., Lexington 40503, 278-2844, 278- 

9702 
SEAVERS, Joe, 2517 Ann St.. Villa Hills 41017. 341-0213, 735-3153 
SELLINGER, Rol)ert M. 141 1 1 Tree Crest Ct., Louisville 40223, 245- 

.5666, 426-5644 
SESHER, Jim, 7091 Manderlay Dr., Florence 4 1 042, 525-2229. 621-1 146 
SEWELL. William R. Jr., 24 Hillcresi Dr., Winchester 40391 , 744-6984, 

233-4511 
SHELLEY. Hugh R., 3521 Oscar Ave., Paducah 42001, 442-6489, 444- 

6311 
SHELTON, James S., 812 S. 2nd St., Mayfield 42066, 247-9963 
SHEPHERD, John H., Box 204, Dwale 41621. 606 874-9056, 395-5348 
SHIELDS, Dane, Rt. 2, Box 129A, Corydon 42406, 826-21 17, 826-2756 
SHIRE, James W., 2831 Court St.. Ashland 41 101, 324-5986, 329-77496 
SHORT, Bill L., 2701 Monroe St., Ashland 41101, 324-8656 
SHOWALTER, Charles C, 2207 Crums Ln. 16, Louisville 40216. 448- 

5738. 447-9199 
SHREVE. Rod. 2808 Mt. McKinley Way. Lexington 40502. 272-6758 
SIMMS. Clarence E.. 610 Linden Ave.. Newport 41071, 581-3026 
SIMPSON, Delanc F., 1116 Calico Court, Bowling Green 42101. 

781-5311. 781-6800 
SIMPSON. James H.. Box 424, South Shore 41175, 932-3613, 932- 

3131 
SIMS, Russell A., 2102 Southland Dr , Bowling Green 42101, 782- 

3382, 436-2107 
SIZEMORE, Aster, 201 Sun Valley Terr., Hazard 41701, 436-3402. 

436-2107 
SKAGGS, Nathan L., 423 Barnes-Campbell, Bowling Green 42101, 

748-4883 
SKAGGS, Ronnie Ray, 3511 Burrell Dr., Shively 40216, 448-1092, 

944-1259 
SLIGH, James E., Rt. 7, Box 152, Ashland 41101, 606/928-5859, 

739-5111 
SMALL, David E., 600 Arbor Dr , Anchorage 40223, 245-7954, 893- 

0262 
SMITH, Arthur L., 5313 Red Fern Rd., Louisville 40218, 964-0392, 

454-4233 
SMITH, James B., 211 South Isi St., Bardstown 40004, 348-5402, 

349-3991 
SMITH, Jeff. 316 Northwood. Lexington 40.505, 299-4186 
SMITH, Jeffrey L., 1615 Beech St, Flatwoods 41139, 606/836-5054 
SMITH, Ronald, 561 Lisa Dr., Lexington 40505, 299-9688, 255-5661 
SMOCK. Edward K.. 144 E. Erskine. Danville 40422, 236-9472, 236- 

4316 
SMOOT, John E., 773 Lynn Dc., Lexington 40504, 277-0319. 257- 

4704 
SPARKS. Jerry, 113 W. Southern Heights, Louisville 40214, 

502/368-1435, 456-5679 
SPATH, William J., 302 Cambridge Station, Louisville 245-1701, 

584-5209 
SOUTH, Stanley P., 57 Burton Ct., Winchester 40391, 744-0357. 

744-4812 
STALEY. E. G. "Jerry". 1117 Inca Trail, Georgetown 40324, 863- 

3440, 569-8980 
STANDAFER, Steve G., 209 Delaplain. Winchester 40391. 744- 

4828 
STANSBURY. Charles F.. P.O. Box 487. Morehead 40351. 784- 

5135, 784-6235 
STARNES, Donald S., 206 Lewis Lane, Newport 41071, 261-8209, 

291-6644 
STATON, Frank E., 417 Fairview, Dayton 41074, 261-8718. 761- 

3458 
STEPHENSON. Harry S.. 1612 Hawthorne Ln.. Lexington 40505. 

299-1757. 233-8221 
STETTENBENZE, Lawrence, 5801 Brandywine Ct., Louisville 

40291, 239-1468, 491-4120 
STEVENSON, Mike, 118 Jacobs Dr., Princeton 42445, 356-7440 
STIKELEATHER, Clyde L., P.O. Box 162, Leitchfield 42754, 259- 

3885, 259-3161 
STOVALL, Kenneth Jr., 214 Sage Rd., Louisville 40207, 986-6237, 

588-4018 
STRADLER. Timothy V.. 1743 Nervie St., Ashland 41101. 324-8046, 

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STRAHvJ, Andrew J.. 40 Oak Dr., Radcliff 40160, 351-8389, 367-5227 
STRAIN, Richard P., Ri. 2 Pinewood Dr., Radcliff 40160, 351-4360, 

624-2214 
STRAUS, William W., 121 Todds Rd. 47, Lexington 40509, 269- 

4787, 233-3553 
STREICHER, Richard A. Sr., 3249 Ellis Way, Louisville 40220, 502 

458-5254, 584-7156 
STUBER, Charles E., R.R. 1 Box 706, London 40741, 864-9219, 878- 

7900 
STUEDLE, Ray Sr., 1404 Girard Dr., Louisville 40222, 425-3679. 

893-3852 
STUMBO, Jack. 290 Leawood Dr.. Frankfort 40601, 227-9513. 873- 

3241 
STUTLER. Joe, 812 W. Galbraith Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45231, 513/ 

522-8560, 521-1126 
SUTHERLAND, Fred. P.O. Box 262. Bardstown 40004. 348-4831. 

348-9282 
SUTTON. James A.. 2111 Sutton Dr.. Henderson 42420, 826-6840, 

826-5750 
SWARTS, Michael J., Rt. 3, Box 304, Apt. 9, South Point 45680. 614 

532-9349 
SWARTS. Joseph C, 135 Lane St.. Coal Grove. OH 45638, 614 532- 

9349, 533-4086 
SWECKARD, Paul D, 306 Par Lane, Elizabeihiown 42701, 737- 

2299, 624-4915 
SWINFORD, John, 106 S. Elmarch Ave. Cynthiana 41031, 234- 

2562. 234-5820 
SWOPE. James R.. 500 Van Voast Ave.. Bellevue 41073. 581-4300 
SWORD. Russ D.. 601 Lovern St.. Hazard 41701. 439-2263. 439- 

1331 
TACKETT. George. 223 Third St.. Hazard 41701. 436-2452. 436- 

2733 
TACKETT. James F.. P.O. Box 765. Jenkins 41537. 428-5792. 832- 

2123 
TAYLOR. James R.. Rt. 4 Box 56. Ashland 41101. 428-5792. 325- 

8426 
TAYLOR. Julian Allen. 1102 N. 3rd St.. Bardstown 40004. 348-4319. 

964-5911 
THARPE. Willie H., 2605 Oregon, Louisville 40210, 776-3480, 778- 

6631 
THOMAS. Lynton H., Rt. 3. Box 176. Calvert City 42029. 395-4035. 

395-7121 
THOMAS. Paul R.. 706 Garirell Ct.. Ashland 41101. 324-9603. 739- 

4166 
THOMAS. Raymond. 500 Fair St.. Apt. 73, Henderson 42420. 826- 

2286. 826-0340 
THOMAS. Raymond Earl, 212 Akin Ave., Franklin 42134. 586-6297. 

586-3261 
THOMPSON, Harrie G.. 1673 N. Cleveland Rd.. Lexington 40511. 

266-2819. 543-7362 
THOMPSON. Jelfrey L.. 3841 Sundarl Dr.. Lexington 40502. 272- 

8840, 278-2315 
THOMPSON. Tom D.. 97 Darran Dr.. Fl. Mitchell 41017. 341-1809. 

292-4034 
THOMPSON, Cecil W., 3310 Lewis Ln., Owensboro 42301. 684- 

4962, 926-6728 
THOMPSON, Victor Neil, 3211 Perimeter Dr., Erianger 41018. 727- 

8250, 579-9100 
THREET. Sthephen W., 212 N. I3ih, Murray 42071, 753-8613, 762- 

2446 
TIMMERING. George E., 4109 Manner Gale Dr., Louisville 40220, 

491-7705, 425-8022 
TINSLEY. Joe D.. 2344 Russellville Rd., Bowling Green 42101. 781- 

5698. 781-4600 
TINSLEY, Steve R., 107 Gooden St.. Glasgow 41241. 651-2553. 

843-4026 
TIPTON. Ronald E., 3021 Stanford Dr.. Lexington 40503. 272-1403. 

266-0705 
TIPTON. Steven W., 1187 Kelsey Cl.. Lexington 40504. 252-4771. 

887-1201 
TOMKINS. Barrie E., 532 Lima Dr. 2, Lexington 40505. 233-7024 
TORRES, Thomas N.. Co D-1 Ltng Bdg.. Ft. Knox 40121. 624-3415. 

624-6320 
TOWE, Paul E.. 611 Lake Knoll Ci.. Erianger 41018. 727-8664. 579- 

9100 
TRABUE. Robert David. 2719 Russellville Rd.. Bowling Green 

42101. 843-3020.651-8801 
TRAPP. Charles Chuck W.. 34 Trapp Ct.. Alexandria 41001. 635- 

9250. 564-7183 
TRAYLOR. Garnell. 102 Ruth Ave.. Princeton 42445. 365-7389 
TREAS, Joe W., P.O. Box 653, Fulton 42041. 472-0158, 472-1836 
TUCKER, Charles N., 404 Locust St.. Vine Grove 40175. 877-5230. 

624-6320 



TUITELE. Matthew V. L.. 203 Millbrooke. Hopkinsville 42240. 886- 

8371. 798-3707 
TURLEY. Howard. 7316 Wesboro Rd.. Louisville 40222. 426-7316. 

581-6315 
TURNER. Charles W., 700 Iroquois Trail. Danville 40422. 236-6983 
Tl'RNER, Paul Alan. 700 Iroquois. -Danville 40422. 236-6083 
TURNER. Paul E.. 813 Park St.. Bowling Green 42101. 842-2804. 

842-2804 
TURNER. Ronald. 5406 Clover Ave.. Valley Station 40272. 935- 

1929. 452-3360 
TURPEN. David Todd. Box 733, U of L, Louisville 40292, 637-1350 
TYE, Josh. 225 College St.. Barbourville 40906. 546-3745. 546-3121 
URLAGE. Richard C. 822 Highland Ave.. Ft.. Thomas 41075. 441- 

5513. 771-8550 
VanBOGARERT, Steve. 8614 Wood Valley Ln.. Louisville 40299. 

239-4224 
VANDERMALE. John. 395 Redding Rd.. Lexington 40502. 266- 

5076. 272-2457 
VAUGHN. William E., 3016 Winding Trails. Edgcwood 41017, 331- 

0823. 283-3451 
VENSEL. Francis III. Rt. 2. Box 27A. Alvaton 42122. 781-5487. 781- 

2150 
VERVILLES. Andrew J.. 1342 A Blue Lake. Bowling Green 42101. 

502/781-9222. 781-9696 
VICORY. Alan H.. 414 Walnut St.. STE 900, Cincinnati, OH 45202, 

606/331-2620, 513 421-1151 
WADE, Charles O., Ill S Miles, Elizabethiown 42701, 765-4935, 

624-6525 
WADE, W. B., R.R. #b. Box 27E, Morganfield 42437. 389-1061. 389- 

2419 
WAIDE. Harry D.. P.O. Box 449, Madisonville 42431, 383-5252, 821- 

3870 
WALDROP, Tom, 103 Golfcart. Mayfield 42066. 247-2500. 247- 

2734 
WALKER. Ernest. 225B Liberty St.. Hazard 41701. 436-2107 

(business) 
WALKER. Joe D., 508 E. Cedar St., Franklin 42134. 586-8457. 586- 

3331 
WALLACE. Kevin. Rt. 7. Box 82, Bowling Green 42101, 563-4756 
WANCHIE, Nicholas, 101 Southvicw Dr.. Nicholasville 40356, 885- 

6627, 252-6673 
WARD, James L., 830 Tennessee Ave., Pineville 40977. 337-6894 
WARD. Tom A.. Box 231. Bowling Green 42101, 781-3122, 782- 

1059 
WASHER, Charles R., 3922 Bank St., Louisville 40212. 776-6416, 

969-2377 
WASHINGTON. G. Darryl, P.O. Box 274, Evarts 40828, 837-2189 
WATTS. Charles R.. 516 S. Lorraine. Radcliff 40160. 351-3961, 351- 

3123 
WEBER, Thomas C, 5809 Brandywyne Ct.. Louisville 40291. 239- 

5066, 426-1948 
WELLS, Glenn M.. 1401 Dixie Hwy.. Covington 41011. 727-2823. 

572-5776 
WELLS. Ronnie G.. R.R. #1. Belton 42324, 476-8454. 476-8573 
WELLS. Ted. 916 Powell Ln.. Flatwoods 41139. 836-9940. 928-6414 
WELTON. Donald L.. HHC 2nd BN. 72 ARMOR APO SF 96224 
WESTFALL. Michael. Rt. 1. Beechmont 42323. 502 476-8066 
WESTHOFF. Greg J.. 56 Cayton Rd.. Florence 41042. 283-2542. 

621-8200 
WHEELING. James R., Rt. I. Box 436 C. Catletisburg 41129. 739- 

5579. 329-4155 
WHITE. John S.. 4016 Mound St.. Ashland 41101. 325-7032. 329- 

7341 
WHITEHOUSE. John T.. 4333A 2nd Ave.. Ft. Knox 40121 . 624-3287. 

624-7940 
WHITT. Mike, Red Jacket. W. Va. 25688. 426-8492. 235-8501 
WHITT. Peirce. 331 W. 4ih Ave.. Williamson. W. Va. 25661, 235- 

7549. 235-3690 
WIGGINTON. Thomas. 3008 Fordhaven Rd.. Louisville 40214, 937- 

5362.361-0123 
WILDER. Jerry R. 2042 Tulip. Bowling Green 42101. 502 781-3569. 

745-2691 
WILDT. Jerry N.. 4106 Caven Ct.. Louisville 40229. 966-8398 
WILLIAMS. Buford. Box 34 Railroad, Jackson 41339, 666-5738, 

666-5164 
WILLIAMS, Ireland L., PinsonFork 41555, 353-4285 
WILLIAMS, James A., 112 Green St.. Horse Cave 42749, 786-2867. 

758-2214 
WILLIAMS. Terry R.. 1105 Crestview Way. Prospect 40059. 228- 

4593, 589-1432 
WILSON, James L., 3819 Greenwich Way, Louisville 40218, 491- 

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1981 Class AA Cross County Girls' State Champion 





(Left to Right) Front Row: Kathy Barker, Coral Stringer, VIckl Oaulton. Second Row: Liz Jasper, 
Alecla Beatty, Debbie Meece, Peggy Thacker, Coach Gall Hurt. 



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ST. HENRY HIGH SCHOOL 
1981 Girls' Volleyball State Champion 




Members of the team are Lisa Cahill, Julie Derks, Coleen Egan, Lisa Freihofer, 
Kelli O'Rourlce, Lisa Schwartz, Kathy Tepe, Wendy Tepe, Mary Welsenberger, 
and Milissa Zerhusen. The coach is Katie Wesseiing. 



OUR LADY OF PROVIDENCE ACADEMY 
1981 Girls' Volleyball Runner-Up 




Members of the team are Jiil Albrinclc, Debbie Allen, Angle Amend, Marcie Bartlett, 
Jo Ella Becker, Lisa Brewer, Jenny Flelssner, Kim Gross, Christi NIehaus, Jan Phillips, 
Sharon Stieritz, and Peggy Zink. The coach Is Jenny Niehaus. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIV — NO. 4 



NOVEMBER, 1981 



$2.00 Per Year 



MINUTES OF THE BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of tfie Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. Building, 
Lexington, Kentucky, on Saturday morning, October 10, 
1981. The meeting was called to order by President J. D. 
Minnehan at 9:00 A.M. with all Board members. 
Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive Assistant Billy V. 
Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid L. DeVries and 
Louis Stout present. Conley Manning was present 
representing the State Department of Education. The 
invocation was given by Alvis Johnson. 

Commissioner Mills introduced Charles Miller, Principal 
of Pleasure Ridge Park High School, the newly elected 
Board of Control member representing Section 3, 
replacing Walter Pickett who has retired. 

Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that the 
minutes of the meeting held on July 24, 1981, be approved 
as submitted. The motion passed unanimously. 

President Minnehan reported on the Basketball 
Committee meeting held at the K.H.S.A.A. office on Friday, 
October 9. Mr. Minnehan stated that the Committee, after 
reviewing the request of Mayfield High School to be moved 
from Basketball District 3 to District 4, recommends 
approval of the request beginning with the 1982-83 school 
year. Following remarks by Prin. Ralph Colby, Mayfield 
High School and a discussion thereof, Fairce Woods 
moved, seconded by John Brock, that the 
recommendation of the Basketball Committee be 
accepted. The motion passed by a vote of 9-1. 

Upon recommendation of the Basketball Committee the 
Board decided to defer action on requests for changes in 
the alignment of schools in Basketball Regions 11 and 12 
until the January meeting to give the Committee time to 
gather more information. 

Attorney Jim Harris and Mr. Glenn Noble appeared 
before the Board on behalf of John Barry Noble to ask the 
Board to waive By-Law 6, Transfer Rule, and restore the 
student's eligibility at Jackson High School. Following Mr. 
Noble's presentation John Brock moved, seconded by 
Whaylon Coleman, that the decision of the Commissioner 
be upheld. The motion carried by a vote of 7 in favor, 1 
opposed and 2 abstentions (Fairce Woods and Alvis 
Johnson.) 

John Brock moved, seconded by Charles Miller, thatthe 
Commissioner at the direction of the Board of Control, 
contact Attorney Harris and inform him that the Board 
would reconsider the case providing the parents, at their 
expense, have John Barry Noble examined by another 
physician. This physician should be one that is not familiar 
with the case and one that would be mutually agreed upon 
by the parents and the K.H.S.A.A. The Board would then 
base their decision upon the recommendation of this 
physician. The motion passed with 5 in favor, 3 opposed 
and 2 abstentions (Fairce Woods and J.D. Minnehan). 

Attorney Joseph Flaherty spoke to the Board on behalf 
of Derek Bowman, a student at Owensboro Catholic High 
School who is ineligible under the provisions of By-Law 6, 
Transfer Rule. Mr. Flaherty requested that the Board 
stipulate that the facts he presented were true, whereupon 
Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that this 



request be granted. The motion passed. Following the 
presentation by Mr. Flaherty and a lengthy discussion 
thereof, John Brock moved, seconded by Bob Rogers, that 
By-Law 6, Transfer Rule, be waived in this case. The 
motion failed by a vote of 4 in favor, 5 opposed and 1 
abstention (Whaylon Coleman). 

Mrs. Ruth Childers appeared before the Board on 
behalf of her son, Donald R. Hamption. Donald, a student 
at Doss High School, is ineligible under the provisions of 
By-Law 6, Transfer Rule, Following Mrs. Childers' 
presentation and a .discussion thereof, Charles Miller 
moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson, the By-Law 6, 
Transfer Rule, be waived in this case. The motion failed by 
a vote of 4 in favor, 5 opposed and 1 abstention. 

Attorney William Shadoan was spokesman for Jonna 
Vaden in her appeal for the Board to waive By-Law 6, 
Transfer Rule, to permit her to participate in 
interscholastic athletics at Ballard Memorial High School, 
Following his presentation and a discussion thereof, John 
Brock moved, seconded by Robie Harper, that By-Law 6 
be waived and that Jonna Vaden's eligibility be restored. 
The motion carried, 

Mr, James H, Rittenberry spoke to the Board on behalf of 
his son, Todd Rittenberry, Todd is ineligible under the 
provisions of By-Law 6, Transfer Rule, Following his 
presentation and a discussion thereof. Bob Rogers moved, 
seconded by Whaylon Coleman, that By-Law 6, not be 
waived in this case. The motion carried unanimously. 

Commissioner Mills read correspondence concerning 
the eligibility of Brad Ramsey, a student at Bullitt East High 
School, who is ineligible under the provisions of By-Law 5, 
Section 4, Preceding Semester Rule, Bob Rogers moved, 
seconded by Fairce Woods, that the Commissioner 
instruct Mr, Ramsey that if a doctor will verify the fact in 
writing that Brad was not physically able to attend school 
during 1980-81 school year, the Board will again review the 
case at the November meeting. The motion carried 
unanimously, 

Mr, Minnehan gave a report of the Staff Committee 
Meeting which recommends that the Association 
purchase two automobiles in the price range of $10,000,00 
per automobile, Whaylon Coleman moved, seconded by 
John Brock, that the recommendation of the Staff 
Committee be accepted and that the Commissioner be 
authorized to proceed with purchasing of two automobiles 
for the Association, The motion carried by a vote of 9-1, 

Whaylon Coleman moved, seconded by Bob Rogers, 
that the recommendation of the Retirement Committee 
the insurance policy taken out by the Association in 1970 
for Jean Batsel, Office Manager, be place in her name. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Based upon a request from Holmes High School, Fairce 
Woods moved, seconded by Charles Black, that the 
Commissioner be instructed to conduct a softball survey 
of the Board Appointed Representatives for the purpose of 
determining if 25% of the member schools would enter 
teams in competition in girls' softball during the spring 
season of the 1982-1983 school year. The motion carried 
unanimously. (continued on page 7) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1981 



NOVEMBER, 1981 VOL. XLIV, NO. 4 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President J. D. MInnehan (1978-1982) LaGrange 

Vice-President Fairce O. Woods (1979-1983) Flemingsburg 

Directors Charles D. Black (1980-1984) 

Barbourville: John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead; Whaylon 
Coleman (1980-1984) Owensboro; Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) 
Monticelio; Robie Harper, Jr. (1979-1983) Drakesboro; Alvis 
Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg; Charles Miller (1981-1982) 
Pleasure Ridge Park; Robert U Rogers (1981-1985) Barlow, Conley 
Manning. State Department of Education representative 
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From the Commissioner's Office 

National Federation 
Basketball and Wrestling Tests 

Part II of the National Federation basketball and 
wrestling examinations will be given all over Kentucky on 
Monday, December 7. to officials who wish to work for the 
Approved and Certified ratings The basketball 
examinations will be given by the Assigning Secretaries in 
all regions The sites will be determined by the Assigning 
Secretary. Wrestling Officials who wish to take this test 
should advise the KM S A.A. and a copy of the 
examination will be sent to an examiner in your area. 
Officials registered with the K H.S A.A. for the first -Qine 
this year are not eligible to take the test for a higher rating. 



THE GAME GUY AWARD 

The K. H.S. A. A. will continue the Game Guy Award. 
School representatives and registered officials may make 
nominations for the award. The eligible person should be a 
pupil at the junior or senior high school level who has 
overcome great physical handicap in order to take part in 
athletics Letters of recommendation should be addressed 
to "Game Guy Committee, K H S.A A., P.O. Box 22280, 
Lexington, Kentucky 40522" Deadline for the 1982 
nomination is April 1. 



1981-82 Approved Volleyball Officials 

In the third year of registration of Volleyball officials 
with the K.H.S.A.A., the following officials qualified 
for the advanced rating of Approved as a result of 
the National Federation Volleyball Examination. 

Blair, M. Gail; Brown, Teri Jean; Caldwell, Linda S.; 
Jansen, Jean Ann; Troyer, Stephen R.; Wesseling, 
Katie. 



1981 CROSS COUNTRY MEETS 
RESULTS-CLASS A, AA, AND AAA 

The official State High School Cross Country 
Championship Meets for both boys and girls in 
Class A, AA, and AAA were held at the Kentucky 
Horse Park, Lexington, with Mr. Jerry Stone as 
manager. 

Individual winners in each class as follows Class 
A - Kitty Davidson, Fort Campbell; Sam Love, Trigg 
County; Class AA - Ram Raglin, Bourbon County; 
Steve Metzger, Barren County; Class AAA - Karen 
Daniel, Owensboro; Mark Berry, Manual. 

Class A, Boys, team scores were as follows; Fort 
Campbell, 68; Dayton, 73; Trigg County, 76; Bishop 
Brossart, 136; Green County, 179; Bellevue, 179 
Hancock County, 195; Lexington Catholic, 215 
Somerset, 232; West Hardin, 242; Oneida, 256 
Anderson County, 286; Hazel Green, 326; Lee 
County, 329; Jenkins, 355, Allen County, 464; 
Muhlenburg Central, 501. 

The order in which the first ten runners in Class A 
finished is given below, including the times: 

BOYS - Sam Love, Trigg County (16:16); Galvin 
Gaynor, Hancock County (16:24); Bryan 
Blankenship, Menifee County (16:54); Darrell 
Smith, Fort Campbell (16:59); Mike Murphy, Dayton 
(17:10); Greg Patton, Fort Campbell (17:11); Kevin 
Crank, Dayton (17:11); Steve McGrath, Bishop 
Brossart (17:13); Mike Wilson, Univ. Breckinridge 
(17:14); Clay Norton, South Hopkins (17:15) 

Class A, Girls, team scores were as follows: 
Providence, 50; Dayton, 60; Trigg County, 71 ; Silver 
Grove, 99; Mercer County, 165; Fort Knox, 190; 
Menifee County, 198; Bath County, 204; Anderson 
County 211; Trimble County, 216; Somerset, 275; 
Oneida Baptist, 287; Buckhorn, 373. 

The order in which the first ten runners in Class A 
finished is given below, including the times: 

GIRLS - Kitty Davidson, Fort Campbell (11:00); 
Janie Crews, Providence (11:21); Kim Hawkins, 
Bath County (11:36); Julie Dickie, Dayton (11:46); 
Inge Amour, Fort Campbell (11:47); JenieWhitesell, 
Fulton City (11:50); Mary Ann Murphy, Dayton 
(11:52); Kim Taylor, Providence (11:53); Jamie 
Baker, Silver Grove (11:55); Ginger Wallace, Trigg 
County (11:58) 

Class AA, Boys, team scores were as follows: 
Pulaski County, 63; Knox Central, 73; Adiar County, 
93; Covington Catholic, 118; Newport Catholic, 143; 
Barren County 157; Highlands, 206; Jessamine 
County, 235; Elizabethtown, 246; Calloway County, 
270; Johnson Central, 289; East Carter, 300; 
Bourbon County, 323; Franklin County, 338; Clay 
County, 373; Webster County, 482; Montgomery 
County, 505. 

The order in which the first ten runners in Class 
AA finished is given below, including the times: 

BOYS - Steve Metzger, Barren County (16:42); 
Todd Powers, Knox Central (16:57); Paul Coakley, 
Woodford County (17:02); Larry Philips, Adair 
County (17:08); Billy Parker, Taylor County (17:09); 
Micky Ard, Pulaski County (17:19); James Box, 
Middlesboro (17:23); Charlie Payntor, Middlesboro 
(17:25); Darrin Hines, Pulaski County (17:28); PR 
Burnette, East Carter (17:28) 



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Class AA, Girls, team scores were as follows: 
Pulaski County, 54; Highlands, 86; Danville, 106; 
Franklin County, 131; Western Hills, 151; Simon 
Kenton, 155; Clay County, 170; East Carter, 195; 
Elizabethtown, 204; Whitley County, 215; Bourbon 
County, 292; Barren County, 310; Calloway County, 
328; Webster County, 341. 

The order in which the first ten runners in Class 
AA finished is given below, including the times: 

GIRLS - Pam Raglin, Bourbon County (11:21); 
Kim Wilkerson, Barren County (11:25); Debbie 
Meece, Pulaski County (11:31); Peggy Snook, 
Western Hills (11 :36); Alecia Beatty, Pulaski County 
(11:40); Melissa Thomas, Union County (11:41); 
Kathy Barker, Pulaski County (11:48); Jennifer 
James, East Carter (11:49); Nell Withers, Harrison 
County (11 :49); Janet Hord, Taylor County (1 1 :50) 

Class AAA, Boys, team scores were as follows 
Trinity, 78; Owensboro, 127; St. Xavier, 127 
Southern 174; Male, 193; Daviess County, 204 
Marshall County, 211; Oldham County, 224 
DeSales, 244; Tates Creek, 250; Lafayette, 255 
Shelby County, 267; Valley, 275; Christian County 
280; Waggener, 287; Ashland, 380; Boyd County 
432. 

The order in which the first ten runners in Class 
AAA finished is given below, including the times: 

BOYS - Mark Berry Manual (16:07); Andy Reeves, 
Trinity (16:14); Tim Martin, Owensboro (16:23); 
Clay Collier, Tates Creek (16:49); Jeff Peeples, Male 
(16:51); Tom Whayne, Tates Creek (16:53); Kevin 
Swanagen, Owensboro (16:56); Gene Uncleback, 
St. Xavier (16:57); MikeO'Connor, St. Xavier (17:01); 
Eddy McCray, Shelby County (17:01) 

Class AAA, Girls, team scores were as follows 
Daviess County, 62; Central, 88; Owensboro, 161 
Madisonville N. Hopkins, 161; Notre Dame, 163 
Boyd County, 175; Assumption, 182; Christian 
County, 213; Nelson County, 252; Boone County, 
259; Ballard, 263; Male 263; Southern, 293; Oldham 
County, 322; Madison Central 333; Western, 405. 

The order in which the first ten runners in Class 
AAA finished is given below, including the times: 

GIRLS - Karen Daniel, Owensboro (11:01); Jean 
Sapienza, Central (11:08); Dianna Green, Christian 
County (11:25); Nancy Crutcher, Oldham County 
(11:27); Wendy Frazier, Henry Clay (11:29); Alicia 
Oberst, Sacred Heart (11:30); Stephanie Wallner, 
Boone (11 :32); Devon Peake, North Hardin (1 1 :32); 
Chris Whalan, Daviess County (11:34); Mindy Dunn, 
Central (11:34) 



Rowan Co. -Iroquois 
15 9 

11 15 
15 3 



Mercy-Angela Merici 

5 15 

15 2 

15 8 



St. Henry-O.L. Providence Paul Blazer-Sacred Heart 

9 15 3 15 

10 15 4 15 

15 6 

Friday October 30, 1981 

Presentation-St. Henry Notre Dame-Paul Blazer 

16 14* 15 10 
6 15 15 3 
6 15 

Rowan Co. -Ballard Mercy-Campbell Co. 

3 15 15 9 

6 15 15 10 
Iroquois-O.L. Providence Angela Merici-Sacred Heart 

7 15 9 11* 
3 15 10 15 

Presentation-Rowan Co. Notre Dame-Mercy Academy 

15 2 15 12 

9 12* 15 3 

1 15 

Iroquois-St. Henry Angela Merici-Paul Blazer 

2 15 15 12 

17 15 15 8 
O.L. Providence-Ballard Sacred Heart-Campbell Co. 

15 7 2 15 

8 15 8 15 
15 9 

Presentation-lroquois Notre Dame-Angela Merici 

15 8 15 3 

15 10 15 7 

O.L Providence-Rowan Co. Sacred Heart-Mercy Aca. 

15 4 15 13 

15 10 8 15 
10 15 

Ballard-St. Henry Campbell Co.-Blazer 

5 15 15 7 

12 15 15 4 
Presentation-O.L. Providence Notre Dame-Sacred Heart 

10 15 15 5 

7 15 15 12 

Ballard-Iroquois Campbell Co.-Angela Merici 

15 9 15 9 

15 12 15 12 

St. Henry-Rowan Co. Paul Blazer-Mercy 

15 8 14* 

15 3 7 15 



1981 Girls State High Scliooi 
Voiieybali Tournament 

The following are the results of the State 
Volleyball Tournament held at the University of 
Kentucky in Lexington, October 29-31, 1981: 

Thursday, October 29, 1981 
Pool I Pool II 



Presentation-Ballard 
8 14* 
15 9 
10 15* 



Notre Dame-Campbell Co. 

15 10 
15 3 



*Time Limit 



Girls State Volleyball 
All-Tournament Team 

Missy Stober, Ballard; Wendy Rumlord, Campbell Co.; Lorl King, 
Campbell Co.; Pat Smith, Mercy; Kay Hancock, Mercy; Angela 
O'Bryan, Mercy; Ruth Hemmer, Notre Dame; Stacey Melmann, 
Notre Dame; Jodi Thelen, Notre Dame; Jill Albrlnck, Our Lady of 
Providence; Jenny Fleissner. Our Lady of Providence; Wendy 
Tepe, SI. Henry and Kathy Tepe, St. Henry. 

(continued on page 7) 



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CLASS AA 

CROSS COUNTRY 

Individual Champion 




Pam Raglln, Bourbon County 
High School, individual winner, 
Class AA, Girls' Cross Country. 



CLASS AA 
CROSS COUNTRY 
Individual Champion 




Stephen Metzger, Barren County 
High School, individual winner. 
Class AA, Boys' Cross Country. 



PULASKI COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
1981 Class AA Cross Country Boys' State Champion 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Darrin Mines, Brian Swail, Jeff Renner, Kevin Taylor, Mark Davis. Second Row: Tony 
Stevens, Rob Bowers, Mickey Ard, Gary Oliver, Billy Hurt, David Corneit, Coach Gordon Bocock. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1981 



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PROVIDENCE HIGH SCHOOL 
1981 Class A Cross Country Girls' State Champion 




(Left to Right) Front Row; Brenda Crews, Karen Chandler, Kim Taylor. Second Row: Jan Woodring, Sonya 
Coppland, IHolly Brown, Janle Crews, Sabrina Winders. 



FORT CAMPBELL HIGH SCHOOL 
1981 Class A Cross Country Boys' State Champion 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Greg Patton, Chris Ramsey, Jimmy Araya, Ron Rodriguez. Second Row: Jesus 
Santiago, Roland Ziride, Darreli Smith, M\ke McGuinness, Coach Lee Lange. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1981 



CLASS AAA CLASS AAA CLASS A 

CROSS COUNTRY CROSS COUNTRY CROSS COUNTRY 

Individual Champion Individual Champion Individual Champion 





Karen Daniel, Owensboro High 
Schooi, individual winner, Class 
AAA, Girls' Cross Country. 



Mark Berry, Manual High 
School, Individual winner. 
Class AAA, Boys' Cross Country. 




Sam Love, Trigg County High 
School, individual winner, 
Class A, Boys' Cross Country. 



TRINITY HIGH SCHOOL 
1981 Class AAA Cross Country Boys' State Champion 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Scott Taylor, Scott Thompson, Pat Bates. Second Row: Coach Rich Rostel, Mike 
Culcoty, Ernie Lehan, Rick Helm, Andy Reeves, Coach John Kahl. 



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PAGE SEVEN 



DAVIESS COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 
1981 Class AAA Cross Country Girls' State Champion 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Caryn Miller, Stacy Clark, Linda Chinn, Holly Katchuk, Jackie Payne. Second Row: 
Coach Will Pagan, Ann Ray, Chris Wheian, Margaret Wendel, Holly Cecil, Lana Midkiss. 



Volleyball Tournament 

(continued from page 3) 



Matches 


Won 


Lost 


Presentation 


2 


3 


St. Henry 


4 


1 


Rowan Co. 


1 


4 


Iroquois 





5 


O.L. Providence 


5 





Ballard 


3 


2 


Matches 


Won 


Lost 


Notre Dame 


5 





Paul Blazer 





5 


Mercy 


4 


1 


Angela Merici 


1 


4 


Sacred Heart 


2 


3 


Campbell Co. 


3 


2 



Saturday, October 31, 1981 
Single Elimination Tournament 



15-4-S 
1S-17-ND 
St. Henry ^^-^'^ 


-St. Henry 


15-13-S 
15-6-S 

O.L. Providence 




Our Lady Providence 


15-7-0 


15-1-0 
Mercy 





SI. Henry 



MINUTES (continued from page 1) 

Mr. Mills informed the Board ttiat ttie National 
Federation Section II Meeting will be held at the Marriott 
Inn on October 19-20, 1981, in Lexington, and extended an 
invitation to those interested in attending. 

Mr. Mills reported that, in accordance with the 
provisions of Article XII, be submitted the 1980-81 annual 
report and revisions to the Constitution and By-Laws to 
the State Board of Education. The State Board approved 
the report during their September 22, 1981, meeting. 

Mr. Mills reported that serveral schools had requested 
that the Board consider surveying member schools to 
determine the number of schools interested in sponsoring 
soccer as a fall sport as opposed to the spring. He 
requested that consideration be given to this request 
during November meeting of the Board. 

Mr. Mills read correspondence from Prin. John Branson 
of Mason County High School concerning the transferring 
of athletes to another school after their school has 
dropped a sport. He requested that the Board consider 
adopting a policy to determine the eligibility of students 
who transfer under these conditions. 

Following a discussion on officials fees for the various 
athletic events sponsored by the K.H.S.A.A., the Board 
directed the Commissioner to survey the bordering states 
to determine the fee they pay officials in their Association 
sponsored events. The results of the survey will be used as 
(continued on page 11) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR NOVEMBER, 1981 



Registered Football 

Officials of the K.H.S.A.A. 

(continued from October Athlete) 

WILLIAMS, James A., 1 1 2 Green St., Horse Cave 42749, 786-2867, 

758-2214 
WILLIAMS, Terry R., 1105 Crestview Way, Prospect 40059, 228- 

4593, 589-1432 
WILSON, James L., 3819 Greenwich Way, Louisville 40218, 491- 

4683 
WILSON, Larry E.. 7518 Sussex Dr,, Apt, C, Florence 41042, 525- 

6053, 342-6200 
WINFREY, Steve, 315 Dorchester, Bowling Green42101, 781-5507, 

842-3515 
WOOD, Walter A., Rt. 1. Leesburg Rd.. Georgetown 40324 

502/863-2553,232-7355 
WOODWARD, Mark A., 513 Eastwood Dr., Owensboro 42301 

502/683-0797 
WOOLUM, Larry, 237 Deverill St., Ludlow 4016, 261-3942, 371- 

2900 
WRIGHT, Howard L.. 3911 Lewis Circle, Erianger 4101 8, 342-7396, 

731-9343 
WRIGHT, Jess P., Box 487, Neon 41840, 855-7229, 855-4594 
WRIGHT, Jim, Rt. #1, Oxford Rd., Georgetown 40324, 863-2628, 

232-4898 
WUERTZ, John R., 9805 Renoun Ct., Louisville 40299, 267-8565, 

491-4310 
WYATT, Henry, Rt. 4, Paris 40361, 987-6420, 987-6779 
YATES, George A., 516 Collier Ct., Lexington 40505, 293-1033, 

564-3020 
YEISER, Gerry, 113 Windridge Dr., Winchester 40391, 744-5916 
YOUNG, William F., 3348 Fir Tree Ln., Erianger 41018, 342-8957, 

261-2108 
YOUNGER, James Jr., 1836 Costigan Dr., Lexington 40511, 

606/299 1419, 502/863-3910 
ZIMMER, Tom, 114 Summit Dr., Ft. Mitchell 41017, 341-4566, 525- 

1344 
ZIRKLE, Ron, 525 A Stryker Village, Ft. Campbell 42223, 431-5128, 

798-6607 



1981-82 Basketball Officials 

(If one telephone number is given for an official, it is the home 
phone number unless otherwise designated. If two numbers are 
given, the first is the home phone). 

ABELL, James H., 407 S. Spalding Dr., Lebanon 40033, 

502/692-9155, 692-3153 
AKERMAN, Robert J., 1724 Reynolds St., Ironton, OH 

45638, 532-2963, 532-0966 
ADAMS, Benny, 1213 Evelyn Dr., Radcliff 40160, 502/351- 

8947 
ADAMS, Beverly, 110 Totioma Rd., Lexington 40503, 278- 

0891,253-3680 
ADAMS, Denver D., 609 Keenland Dr., Somerset 42501, 

679-6934, 379-7327 
ADAMS, Jack, 5903 Colebrook Ln., Louisville 40219, 968- 

1303, 239-4068 
ADAMS, James C, R.R. 2 Edgewood Est., Harrodsburg 

40330, 734-7652, 252-5669 
ADAMS, Ray, Jr., R.R. 3, Box 106, Manchester 40962, 

598-3262 
ADAMS, Richard Wayne, Rt. 3, Box 237A, Whitesburg, 

41858, 633-4503, 832-2184 
ADKINS, Jerry W., 511 Martin St. #3, Harlan 40831, 573- 

5920, 573-9188 
ADKINS, Madison b., 200 Rockvtrell Village, Winchester 

40391 , 744-7794, 744-6000 
AKERS, Ottis, Rt. #1, Box 49, Honaker 41639, 478-9827, 

285-9443 
AKERS, Ronnie, Rt. 2, Box 950, Grethel 41631, 587-2978, 

478-9175 
AKINS, Clyde B., 827 Jones St., Paducah 42001 , 442-5262, 

444-631 1 
AKINS, Gary Wade, 705 Kentucky St., Corbin 40701, 528- 

4293, 528-4733 



ALEXANDER, Ron J., C/O Hitching Post, 211 Main St., 

Harlan 40831, 573-1490, 573-5022 
ALEXANDER, Wendell R., Route 4, Box 46, Somerset 

42501 , 679-2083 
ALLEN, Alvis, R.R. 4, Box 205, Ashland 41101, 928-5635 
ALLEN, Christopher, 7470 Shela Blvd., Sciotoville, OH 

45662, 614/776-6492, 354-3261 

ALLEN, James, Franklin, Box 511, Loyall 40854, 573- 

1595, 573-1175 
ALLEN, Jeffery L, Rt. 1, Box 12-K, Vine Grove 41075, 828- 

8443, 351-6011 
ALLEN, Ray, Rt. 6, Box 100, Ashland 41101, 928-9676 
ALLEN, Tom, Rolling Heights, Brandenburg 40108, 422- 

4360, 422-4931 
ALLEN, Yvon, Box 377, Hazard 41701 , 378-7391 , 378-7761 
AMIS, John Paul, Rt. 1 , Box 21 , Buckhorn 41 721 , 398-7591 , 

625-4525 
ANDERKIN, Richard, Box 185, Mt. Vernon 40456, 4177 
ANDERS, Raleigh A., Rt. 4, Box 372C, Keavy 40737, 864- 

4060, 523-1060 
ANDERSON, Danny, 7001 Daisy Ave., Louisville 40258, 

935-8211,288-6611 
ANDERSON, Ralph, Rt. 7, Box 144, Bowling Green 42101, 

502/563-4123,563-2911 
ANTROBUS, Randall L., Jr., 512 Beaver Rd., Walton 41094, 

485-7190, 513/632-2891 
ARNETT, Donnie, Rt. 30, Roaker 41429, 349-5521, 349- 

3398 
ARNOLD, Eddie, Rt. 1, Box 110, Catlettsburg 41129, 739- 

5886, 732-4166, Ext. 8440 
ARNOLD, James R, 6949 Lynnfield Ct, Apt. 131 , Cinn. OH 

45243, 513/891-7724, 561-4225 
ARNOLD, Joe R., Rt. 8, Box 73, Murray 42071, 753-8138 
ARTRIP, Larry Taylor, 928 Eutaw Place, Huntington W.Va. 

25701, 304/522-1083, 696-3646 
ASH, Mikie L., 2667 Delta Ct., Radcliff 40160, 351-1893, 

624-5652 
ASHER, Joe L., Garrard, Clay Co., 40941, 598-2850, 598- 

2194 
ASHER, Ralph, P.O. Box 232, Olive Hill, 41165, 286-2081, 
ASHER, Timothy Alan, Box 232, Olive Hill 41165, 286- 

2081, 783-4269 
ASHURST, John M., Rt. 1, Box 161, Baxter 40806, 573- 

6588, 573-5027 
ASHURST, Michael, St. Rt. Box 00, Wallins 40873, 664- 

2752, 573-5350 
ASKINS, Ray, R.R. 3, Box 72, Philpot 42366, 502/729-4320, 

476-2445 
ATHERTON, Debby, 3498 Truman Dr., Mt. Washington 

40047, 502/538-6831, 538-4227 
ATWOOD, Bobby, Rt. 2, Hustonville 40437, 346-2761 , 745- 

2928 
ATZINGER, Phyllis, 5533 Arid Lane, Louisville 40258, 

502/449-1258 
BACKERT, John Anthony, 3627 Fountain Dr., Apt. 1, 

Louisville 40218, 451-5505, 452-4641 
BAGBY, Garry A., Rt. 5, Box 365, Greensburg 42743, 932- 

5977, 932-5511 
BAILEY, Joe, P.O. Box 11, Park City 42160, 502/749-3481, 

749-3421 
BAIR, David J., 1436, Mt. Rainer, Lexington 40502, 272- 

5793, 269-3326 
BAIRD, Deborah A., 320 Somerset St., Stanford 40484, 

365-2409, 236-3150 
BAKER, David W., Box 23, KA House, Georgetown 

College, Georgetown 40324, 863-7158, 945-8115 
BAKER, Janice F., 12504 Echo Bridge Rd., Middletown 

40243, 502/245-6976, 812/945-2538 
BALDWIN, Dennis E., 4506 Myrick PI., Louisville 40272, 

935-0667 
BALL, Charles Phillip, 506 Exeter, Middlesboro 40965, 

248-3191, 248-2125 
BALLARD, Dennis G., Rt. 1, Box 123, Betsy Lane 41605, 

478-9740, 478-5802 



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PAGE NINE 



BANKS, Buddy, 928 Diedrich Dr., Flatwoods 41139, 836- 

4807, 836-9419 
BARBER, Connie, Rt. 3, Box 213E, Catlettsburg 41129, 

739-6635 
BARGER, Rusty, P.O. Box 4, Buckhorn 41721, 398-7892 
BARNARD, Phillip E., Rt., 10, Box 154E. London 40741, 

864-9265, 878-9300 
BARNES, Barry L., Rockport, Ohio Co., 42369, 274-3028 
BARNES, Conrad, Box 202, Rockport, Ohio Co., 42369 
BARNES, Roger L., 217 W. 8th, Beaver Dam 42320, 502/ 

274-4815 
BARNHILL, E. Carl, 416 Columbia Way, Bowling Green 

42101, 502/781-5400, 781-9600 
BARRETT, Wiliam C, R.R. 2, Hickory Ridge Rd., Waddy 

40076, 502/839-5287, 564-3540 
BARTLEY, Joseph R., Box 483, Muldraugh 40155, 942- 

6323, 624-3046 
BASLER, Mel, 1473 Jocasta Dr., Lexington 40502, 273- 

5394, 253-0531 
BATES. James R., Box 2, Ermine 41815, 832-4487, 832- 

6222 
BAUMANN, Michael G., 103 Center, Wilder 41071, 431- 

7034 
BAUMEISTER, Charles A., 1907 Ruben St., Tell City, IN 

47586, 812/547-7283 
BAXTER, William H., 113 Wedgewood, Glasgow 42141, 

651-3300, 651-8859 
BEARD, Charles H., P.O. Box 176, Lewisport 42351, 295- 

3842, 927-6960 
BEASLEY, Steven Dewayne, Rt. 6, Box 208, Shelbyville 

40065. 633-0581, 633-3516 
BECK, Robert E., 7530 Merlyn Circle, Louisville 40214, 

502/368-1965 
BECKNER, Gene, Box 32. Manchester 40962, 843-6077. 

598-3025 
BEHYMER, Richard R., Rt. 2, Box 57, Brooksville 41004, 

735-3166, 735-2154 
BEIGHLE, Charles L., Rt. 2. Williamstown 41097. 824- 

6433, 625-4518 
BELCHER, Ronald Scott, 2950 Auburn Rd., Apt. C-1, 

Huntington W.Va. 25704, 429-6441, 836-3128 
BELL, Clarence T., 3812 Meadow Haven Rd., Louisville 

40218, 491-2846. 582-6034 
BELL, Gregory, Box 312. Belfry 41514. 353-4730 
BELL. Ronald Keith. 239 Tucker St. Rd., Middletown 

40243, 502/245-6036, 893-2577 
BELL. Sharon. 8120 Lake Terrace #3. Louisville 40222. 

502/423-9473, 585-3227 
BENTLEY, Larry F., Regina, KY 41559 
BENTON, Jeffery L., 33 Westwood Dr., Erianger 41018, 

331-9452, 961-0075 
BERGSTROM, Edwin V., Jr.. 5208 Chasewood PI.. 

Louisville 40229. 968-4460 
BERNS. Thomas E.. 124 St. Jude Circle, Florence 41042, 

371-6135, 727-0888 
BERTRAND, Earl F., 544 Accrusia Ave., Clarksville, IN 

47130, 283-88721, 589-4841 
BERTSCH, Ronald L., 113 Moock Rd., Southgate 41071, 

581-5790. 721-4078 
BESHEARS, James T., Rt. 3, Box 250'/?, Dawson Springs 

42408, 797-8809, 821-2824 
BEVINS, Wallace I., Box 091, Forest Hills 41527, 237- 

461 1 , 353-7229 
BIBB, Vernon K., 11406 NezPerceWay, Louisville 40229, 

968-5603. 363-7147 
BLAKEMAN, Barry N., 821 Rigecrest, Bowling Green 

42101,502/781-7209,781-9696 
BLAKEMAN. Mike T., 1035 Legion Park Rd., Greensburg 

42743, 502/932-3461. 932-5865 
BOGAR, Joseph D., Box 1 52, Nardy 41 531 , 353-9540, 353- 

7241, Ext. 35 
BOHANON, Alan K., 106 Ridgecrest Dr., Campbellsville 

42718, 502/465-5400. 465-2877 
BOISTURE, Roy W., 200 Robin Rd., Princeton 42445, 365- 

2270. 365-3556 



BOND, Terry Lee, 11 Circle Dr., Crestview 441-0723,421- 

1400 Ext. 180 
BORDERS, Harold I., Rt. 5, Box 374A, Berea 40403, 986- 

8997, 986-4911 
BOUCHER. Larry Gene, Jr., 206 Pin Oak Place, Frankfort 

40601 , 502/227-9976. 564-4550 
BOYARSKI, Gary, 4424 Quail Hollow Dr., Paducah 42001, 

443-4296 
BOYD, Billy C, Rt. 1, Box 138C, Paris 40361, 987-2411, 

269-2336 
BOYD, Thomas P., 2705 Creekstone Circle, LaGrange 

40031, 502/241-9063, 222-0485 
BRADLEY, Darrell, R.R. 3, Box 64A. West Liberty, 41472. 

522-4155, 743-7856 
BRADLEY, Edward E., 110 Church St., Box 35, Burkesville 

42717, 502/864-3792. 864-4387 
BRADLEY, Phillip D., 909 Vine St.. Louisville 40204, 502/ 

583-5138, 588-9391 
BRADY, Ron, 7059 Manderlay Dr.. Florence 41042, 727- 

2260 
BRANHAM, Donald R., Winchester 40391, 744-1156, 744- 

6412 
BRANHAM. George, 2708 Lorraine St., Ashland 41101, 

325-3690, 329-7253 
BRANHAM, Mason, Jr., Box 1 Grahn Carter Co., 41142, 

286-4201.474-5101 
BRANSTETTER. Charles Elwood,1410Circle Dr., Bowling 

Green 42101, 782-2671. 842-0104 _ 

BRANTLEY. Delmer L.. 1119 N. Main. Henderson 42420, 

826-7551. 812/425-8043 
BRASHER. Loy R., Rt.8. Box 52, Elizabethtown 42701 .502/ 

737-5127 
BRAUSCH, William David, 22 Goetz Dr., Cold Springs 

41076, 781-1429 
BRAUTIGAM, Dwight, 2151 Cypress Dr.. Apt. G.. 

Lexington 40504. 277-9424, 257-2195 
BREDENBERG, Thomas W., 1134 Ceoak Ridge #20. Ft. 

Wright 41011, 291-0093. 525-4895 
BREWER. Charles Allen. 4407 Billy Bone Ct.. Louisville 

40229, 964-9741, 426-2000, Ext. 356 
BREWER, Jerry I, Box 8, Bonnyman 41719, 436-6200, 436- 

3155 
BREWER, Lloyd, Box 238, Combs 41729, 436-6672, 436- 

3155 
BREWER, Preston E., 1115 Catherine St., Metropolis. IL 

62960, 524-7050, 524-2645 
BRIDGES, Ralph L.. 2424 Anne Ave.. Henderson 42420, 

826-4088, 533-9231 
BROCK, Jeff. Asbury College. Wilmore 40290, 858-4141 
BROCK, Stephen E., Box 129, Rt. 3, Kettle Island 40958, 

337-5201, 337-3512 
BROCKMAN, Gerald K., 1015 Sir Lancelot Ln., Louisville 

40222, 425-6133, 566-4047 
BROCKMAN, Thomas, 1726 Jefferson Ave., Covington 

41014, 261-9181, 771-8910 
BROOKS, Donald Lee, Rogers, Wolfe Co., 41365, 668- 

3726, 668-6465 
BROOKS, Steve, 305 Parkwood, Frankfort 40601 , 502/223- 

0734, 227-2201 
BROOKS, Wallis, 1017 Vine Street, Paris 20461 , 987-3439, 

987-1395 
BROTHERS, Dorothy L., 5350 Westhall Ave., Louisville 

40214, 502/368-5607, 584-8269 
BROWN, Barry, 330 Weil Lane, Nicholasville 40356. 885- 

6657 
BROWN, David H., P.O. Box 121, Caneyville 42721, 502/ 

879-9511, 879-6241 
BROWN, Gary Lynn, Rt. 1, Box 31, Breman 42325, 502/ 

525-3237 
BROWN, Glenn C, 3050 Kirklevingon Dr., Apt. 76, 

Lexington 40502, 273-5228, 259-3476, Ext. 201 
BROWN, John W., 975 Waverly Dr., Lexington 40505, 254- 

1940 
BROWN. Laine A.. 424 Kilpatrick Ct., Lexington 40511, 

293-0933, 232-3766 



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BROWN, Leslie D., 138 Olde English Ct, Louisville 40272, 

935-0193, 624-7149 
BROWN, Michael Ray, R.R. 5, Box 107AA, Scottsville 

42164, 237-4935, 237-5444 
BROWN, Judy C, 10202 Chico Ct., Louisville 40291, 239- 

2195 
BROWN, Ronnie E., Rt. 4, Box 608, Mt. Vernon 40456, 256- 

5768 
BROWN, Stanley, Box 1037, Ulvah, Letcher Co. 41856, 

633-0262, 268-3071 
BROWN, Stevan J., 10 Skyline Dr., Crestview 41076, 781- 

4674 
BROWN, Wendell, 513 W. 16th St., London 40741. 864- 

2372, 878-7554 
BROWNFIELD, Claude (Butch), 59 Morris PI.. Ft. Wright 

41017, 341-1027, 721-7273 
BROWNING, D. Wayne, 7080 Fowler Dr., Madisonville 

42431. 821-5958 
BRUEGGEMANN. Timothy J.. 1260 State St., Bowling 

Green 42101, 502/843-9141. 345-2984 
BRUNER. Jack C.Rt. 12. Box 93. London40741. 878-6671. 

864-2271 
BRYANT, Billy W., R. Route Lamero, Rockcastle Co. 

40341, 453-4941, 878-6953 
BRYANT, Jimmy, 4916 Detemine Lane, Louisville 40216, 

448-4153,363-2332 
BRYANT, Vickie A.. 1022 Liberty Ave.. Bowling Green 

42101. 502/842-7530, 781-3095 
BUERGER, Timothy W.. 37 Lorraine Ct.. Covington 41015, 

331-2579, 242-5151 
BUGG, James M.. 1784 Meadow Lane, Henderson 42420, 

827-0070, 533-6996 
BUIS, Michael A., 608 Lola Dr., Cynthiana41031, 234-9339, 

234-5388 
BULLOCK, Larry E., Box 283, Mt. Vernon 40456, (bus.) 

256-2195 
BUNCH, Lawrence O.. General De., Williamsburg 40769, 

549-1544, 864-7311 
BUNCH, William Terrell, Jr., Rt. 2. Box 142. Williamsburg 

40769. 549-2259, 549-1870 
BURKHART, Robert L, 507 Bunker Ct., Ft. Wright 41011, 

341-4035, 341-0400, Ext. 233 
BURKEEN, Phillip C, 659 Wakefield, Bowling Green 

42101, 842-4182 
BUTCHER, Stephen D., Box 14, Meally. Johnson Co. 

41234. 789-7084. 432-2733 
BYARS, Don W. II., 1928 Cottonwood Dr., Lexington 

40503, 223-2012, 258-8892 
CAMCHO, Marcus, Rt. 1, Glencoe. 41045. 643-5601. 824- 

4433 
CAMBRON. John L.. 4 Congress Dr.. Morganfield 42437. 

389-3087. 389-4856 
CAMPBELL. Dexter L.. General Del., Ulvah, Letcher Co. 

41856, 633-2835. 633-9881 
GARDEN. L. Gene. 1706 Barley Way. Bowling Green 

42101, 502/781-0575, 781-0575 
CARLTON, Michael, 4315 Summers Dr.. Louisville 40229. 

502/957-5628 
CARLTON. Robert W., 506 S. Railroad St.. Earlington 

42410. 383-3651. 753-8874 
CARNES. Darvin Dwight, 21 3A Wilson Lane. Middlesboro 

40965. 248-0246. 837-2849 
CARPENTER. Jasper, 20ff Whitfield, Lexington 40503, 

272-5166, 502/564-8426 
CASE, Donald E., R.R. 2, Brooksville 41004, 735-2370 
CASEY, Ancie L., Freeburn, Pike Co. 41528, 456-8123 
CASEY, Earl T.. 312 Highland Ave., Lawrenceburg 40342, 

502/839-3148, 839-7406 
CASH, Charles C, 616 Hemlock Dr.. Calvert City 42029. 

395-4709. 395-4165. Ext. 217 
CASH. Clayton. Rt. 1. Broadhead 40409. 758-8994 
CASTLE. Banner. P.O. Box 162. Lovely 41231. 395-6577, 

395-5378 
CATRON, Ken, 164 Lakeshore Dr.. # 12 Lexington 40502. 

269-7507. 744-1832 



CATRON, Mike D., 3788 Sundart Dr., Lexington 40502, 

272-8285, 254-5757 
CECIL, J. Ronald, 2804 Springbud Ct., Louisville 40220, 

491-9812, 582-5521 
CENTERS, Mike, 301 Cherry Lane, Somerset 42501, 679- 

3045, 897-5314 
CENTERS, Randy, R.R. 2, Jeffersonville 40337, 498-4700, 

498-6284 
CESSNA, Clayborn, Jr., P.O. Box 664, Central City 42330, 

502/754-5304, 754-1630 
CHAFFIN, John B., 102 Huyton Place, Russellville 42276, 

726-8836, 726-6434 
CHALK. Daniel P., HHC, USAARENBD Box 44, Ft. Knox 

40121, 624-6911, 624-6545 
CHAPIN, Lewis J.. 5843 B Brett Dr., Ft. Knox 40121, 942- 

7577, 624-7450 
CHAPPIE, Charles A., 1532 Holman St., Covington 4101 1. 

581-5841,431-1300 
CHARLES, Paul M., 178 Leader Ave. #16, Lexington 40508, 

254-5231 
CHASTEEN, Rick, 301 Highland, Cynthiana 41031, 234- 

6569, 234-6664 
CHILDERS, Charles L., P.O. Box 2, Stanton 40380, 663- 

2791, 663-2246 
CHINN, Robert J., R.R. 1, Hartford 42347, 502/298-7668, 

298-9001 
CHRISTOPHER, Randall S., Rt. 1, Irvine 40336, 723-4386 
CICCARELLO, Nicholas A. Ill, 603 Thistleton Tr., 

Frankfort 40601, 502/223-3739, 695-6822 
CLARK, Betty Lou, R.R. 1, Box 68, Webster 40176, 502/ 

496-4216, 422-4996 

CLARK, Edwin M., 114 S. Pin Oak Dr., Lexington 40503, 

277-5386,269-6711 
CLARK, James Ken, 2920 Glenafton Ln., Louisville 40217, 

637-6497. 361-3335 
CLARK. John B.. Rt. 2. Auxier Rd.. Prestonsburg 41653. 

886-2805 
CLAY. Scott. 106 Love Street, Glasgow 42141, 502/651- 

5676, 782-0601 
CLEMENS, Robert L., P.O. Box 45, Sharpsburg 40374, 

247-4191,498-2660 
CLEVENGER, Mike G., RFD 6, Box 282-B, Ashland 41101 , 

928-3385 
COKER, John H., Jr., 461 Fitzpatrick Ave., Danville 40422, 

236-0808, 236-0905 
COLE, Kelly Jean, Asbury College, Wilmore 40390, 858- 

9921 
COLE, Terry D., Route 2, Auburn 42206, 542-4378, 726- 

7593 
COLEMAN, C. Ronald, 5263 Stafford Hts., Independence 

41051, 356-2002, 621-7500 
COLEMAN, Walter B., Rt. 1, Box 145, Elkhorn City 41522, 

754-8987, 432-3380 
COLLEY, Lynn W., 906 Elizabeth Dr., Hopkinsville 42240, 

885-1353, 886-4463 
COLLIER, Burnard, Sidney, Pike Co. 41564, 353-7620, 

353-7239 
COLLINS, Hubert, U.S. 23, Wittensville 41274, 297-3152, 

297-3361 
COMBS, Henry B., Route 5, Quicksand 41363, 666-7876, 

666-2403 
COMBS, John E., Rt. 5, Box 549, Berea 40403 986-4930, 

623-5410 
COMBS, Sherman, P.O. Box 47, Feds Creek 41524, 631- 

1723-631-1646 
COMER, Mark T., R.R. 3, Maysville 41056, 742-2191 
COMPTON, Al H., 9807 Lancewood Rd., Louisville 40229, 

969-2577, 634-9441 
COMPTON, Jerry T., 107 Pin Oak Dr., Lancaster 40444, 

792-2569, 236-9400 
CONLEY, D. Eddie, Box 161, Burdine 41517, 832-2782, 

703/328-6113 
CONLEY, Jimmy L., Box 223, Mousie 41839, 946-2442. 

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COOK, Chandler D., P.O. Box 1 1 , Corbin 40701 , 523-0903, 

528-6838 
COOK, Edwin S. Ill, P.O. Box 361, Olive Hill 41164, 286- 

5118, 474-5907 
COOK, Lewis, Box 73, Mayslick, 41055, 763-6737, 564- 

3393 
COOPER, Casey J., 802 Arlington Rd., Park Hills 41011, 

431-3526, 331-0114 
COOPER, Fredrick, 4811 Lunenburg, Louisville 40223, 

241-5186 
COOPER, John F., 512 E. 3rd St., Augusta 41002, 756- 

2373, 243-5037 
COPLEY, Sidney M., 2660 Guyan Ave.. Huntington W.Va. 

25702, 523-5644, 475-2141 
CORNELISON, Michael R., P.O. Box 7, Berea 40403, 986- 

9568, 233-2557 
CORNETT, Lewis Dean, Star Rt. 2, Box 153, Hindman 

41822, 785-3729, 436-2668 
COUCH, Lester, P.O. Box 84, Smilax, Leslie Co. 41764, 

279-4393,675-3311 
CAWAN, Ronnie, Rt. 2, Box 417, Horse Cave 42749, 786- 

1540 
COWENS, Gary T., 70 Millstone Dr., Aberdeen 451, 

513/795-0271, 564-3319 
COX, James M., 1678 Elliott Ave., Ashland 41101, 329- 

1413, 324-5533 
CRAFT, Robert E., Box 222B Ohio River Rd., Greenup 

41144, 473-5096, 836-9681, Ext. 94 
CRAWFORD, Leon, Greenacres, Box 339, Tompkinsville 

42167, 487-8536, 651-8301- 
CREEKMORE, Mllford Burl, Sr., P.O. Box 368, Pine Knot 

42635, 354-2846, 367-8585 

CRICK, Dwaine, P.O. Box 373, Nortonville, 42442, 676- 

8397 
CRICK, James E., Rt. 3, Box 72D, Greenville 42345, 338- 

5057, 338-3033 
CRICK, Marvin S., P.O. Box 373 Nortonville 42442, 676- 

3566 
CRISP, Jackie Day. Box 113. Allen 41601. 874-2219 
CRITTENDEN, Fred M., 9028C Estrada Ave., Fort Knox 

40121,942-1535 
CRITTENDON, Glenn,8E.31stSt.,Covington41015,491- 
7965, 292-5825 
CROLEY, Jerry W., P.O. Box 478, Williamsburg 40769, 

549-4367,549-1234 
CROSS, Roger, Doe Valley Pk.. Branderburg 40108, 422- 

3870, 422-4931 
CROWE, Mark C. , Rt. 1 , Box 95C. Stanton 40380. 663-501 6, 

663-2242 
CROWLEY, Jimmy, 607 Barnes St., Providence 42450, 

667-2908 
CRUM, Garry T., Meally Johnson Co. 41234. 789-5357. 

789-821 1 
CRUME, Jane B.. P.O. Box 463, Bardstown 40004, 348- 

8076, 348-8537 
CRUMP, Edward G., 7862A Estrada Ave.. Fort Knox 401 21, 

942-8115.624-6993 
CRUTCHER. James Marion. Rt. 1. Box 294. Irvington 

40146, 536-3476, 624-2943 
CRUTCHER, Paul. Rt. 2. Box 91. Vine Grove 40175, 828- 

3745, 942-1244 
CUMMINS, Emmett Ray, 8705 Fern View Dr., Fern Creek 

40291, 239-4104 
CUMMINS, Wayne, Rt. 4, Stanford 40484, 346-4827, 346- 

4827 
CUNDIFF, Curt, Rt. 2, Box 920, Morehead 40351, 784- 

7320, 784-4604 
CUNNINGHAM, Bobby R., P.O. Box 55, Pikeville 41501. 

432-1528, 437-6294 
CUNNINGHAM, Robert L., P.O. Box 576, Stanton 40380, 

663-2674,886-9116 
CUPP. Jackie R.. Rt. 4. Box 499B. London 40741 . 864-6886. 

878-9300 
CURLIS, Ella M., 308 Upland Dr., Stanford. 40484, 365- 

9955 



CURRY, Howard Mark, 2149 Robin Rd., Bowling Green 

42101, 781-2105, 842-2481 
CURRY, Randall, 203A McFerran St.. Horse Cave 42749. 

786-1559, 786-1697 
CURTIS, Kenneth, R.R. #1. Lancaster 40444, 792-4623 
CURTSINGER, Garvey, R.R. #3, Carlisle 4031 1 , 289-2003, 

234-2340 
DAILEY, James H., 2725 Iowa Ave., Covington 41015, 261- 

4611,242-2233 
DALLAS, Stephen K., K-27 Laurel Dr., Hebron 41042, 689- 

5272, 485-7727 
DAMRON. Adam G., 303 Carolina. Winchester 40391 , 744- 

7901 
DAMERON. Gary. Box 221. Salem 42078. 988-3899. 442- 

1741 
DANIEL. Robert T., Box 15, Paintsville 41240. 789-3372. 

886-2311 
DANIELS. Carl L., 148 Woodland Hills, Pineville 40977, 

337-2660, 248-2660 
DANIELS, Donald II, Box 186, Wheelwright 41669, 452- 

4118 
DANIELS, Phillip R., Rt. 1. Box 436. Catlettsburg 41129, 

739-6486, 739-4166, Ext. 8857 

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a guideline for establishing fees for those sports 
sponsored by the K.H.S.A.A. The results of the survey are 
to be presented for consideration at the next scheduled 
meeting of the Board of Control. 

Mr. Mills presented a request from Supt. Will D. Evans. 
Kentucky School for the Blind, that the Board waive By- 
Law 29, Requirement for Coaches, to permit him to employ 
a non-certified person as head wrestling coach. Alvis 
Johnson moved, seconded by Charles Black, that the 
request be denied based upon the fact that certification of 
personnel is a requirement established by the State 
Department of Education and not by the Board of Control. 

Billy Wise reported the following dates and times of the 
football playoffs at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition 
Center, November 27, Class A, 1:00 P.M.; Class AA, 3:00 
P.M.; Class AAA 7:30 P.M.; November 28, Class AAAA, 7:30 
P.M. He also requested that the Board approve his 
guaranteeing the dates of November 26-27, 1982 and 
November 25-26, 1983 for the football playoffs as the 
Fairgrounds had request that these dates t>e set as soon as 
possible. John Brock moved, seconded by Eldon 
Davidson, that these dates be guaranteed. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

The next meeting date of the Board of Control will be 
held at Executive Inn-East, Louisville, on November 28, 
1981, at 9:00 A.M. 

Brigid DeVries, upon recommendation of the Volleyball 
Committee, requested that the Board approve the fee of 
$10.00 for referees and $10.00 for umpires for the 
Louisville Regional Volleyball Tournament. Bob Rogers 
moved, seconded by Eldon Davidson, that the Volleyball 
Committee recommendations be accepted. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Robie Harper moved, seconded by Charles Black, that 
all bills of the Association for the period beginning July 1. 
1981. and ending September 30. 1981. be approved. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

There being no further business. Bob Rogers moved, 
seconded by Charles Black, that the meeting adjourn. The 
motion passed unanimously. 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: W. Boyd, R. Hall, A. Fergerson, T. McDonald, K. Seals, w. hoss, T. Smith, E. 
Washington, 0. Patrick, O. Jarvis, A. Scully, A. Sharp, K. Sutter, T. Jones, L. Dansby, K. Travis. Second Row: 
0. Adams, D. Burl(e, J. Gulllum, C. Chenalt, B. Smith, L. Ride, P. Roberts, R. Jonnson, C. Jones, W. Guy, T. 
Morrison, K. Jackson, T. Owsley, M. James, M. Arvin, T. Ross. Third Row: K. Schmidt, R. Scott, T. Barker, D. 
Shain, D. Jones, G. Richardson, P. Chenalt, J. Anderson, T. Ferguson, R. Warfleld, M. Carter, J. McMasler, 
M. Nelson, O. Raglln, A. Weir, D. Burman, M. Wilkerson. Fourth Row: S. McDaniel, L. Thomas, T. Jarvis, J. 
Gill, J. Thompson, G. George, H. Stevens, B. Ingram, V. Scott, J. Lewis, R. Wvest, T. Mayne, S. Lang, V. 
Marino, R. Coleman, C. Taylor, D. Dupont. Fifth Row: C. Jones, S. Meers, J. Powell, L. Kesslnger, J. 
Morrison, R. Duncan, S. Stephens, B. Ogger, T. TIndall, W. Miles, L. MInton, K. McAfee, M. Wylle, F. Bally, D. 
Bell, T. Owens, M. Bishop. Sixth Row: D Simpson, G. Hall, C. Boone, S. Turner, M. MarowskI, G. Netzer, S. 
Ellis, M. James, J. Gay, J. McElroy, P. Washington, T. Johnson, K. Holcomb, J. Mobley, J. Tobe, D. FIshback, 
R. Cormney. 



Henry Clay 45 Pikeville 8 

Henry Clay 36 Woodford Co. 8 

Henry Clay 33 Bryan Station 14 

Henry Clay 35 Somerset 6 

Henry Clay 20 Madison 6 



Henry Clay 24 Danville 

Henry Clay 38 Leslie Co. 14 

Henry Clay 14 Tales Creek 

Henry Clay 25 Cumberland 

Henry Clay 31 Layfayette 6 



PLAYOFFS 

Henry Clay 24 Madison Central 

Henry Clay 23 Dixie Heights 



Henry Clay 36 Shelby County 14 

Henry Clay 30 DeSales 7 



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DeSALES - CLASS AAAA, RUNNER-UP CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: T. Johnson, S. Owens, J. Drury, K. Goff, S. NardI, S. Ellis, C. Wheat, D. Homback. Second Row: 
J. Ottersbach, B. Ellis, C. Bielefeld, R. Hardin, D. Graves, M. Tabeling, N. Burch, S. Hicks, R. Madrick, C. Brain. Third Row: C. 
Potts, G. Heitzman, P. McDonald, R. Yoder, S. McHatton, A. Rapp, J. Brooks, P. Helnes, T. Sweazy, T. Harris. Fourth Row: M. 
Collingsworth, P. Sullivan, R. McKune, D. Allgeier, H. Davis, M. Bowman, S. Bosemer, D. Brown, K. Tinsley, B. Masterson, C. 
McDonogh, Mgr. Eddie Boes. Fifth Row: R. McDonald, T. Hinton, K. Ansert, J. Schmitt, F. Donovan, J. Shawler, M. Bramer, L. 
McGee, S. Bruce, M. Bouchard, K. Shively, Mgr. Eddie Bowers. Sixth Row: T. Trotter, R. Bouchard, B. Booth, B. Ash, D. 
Darnell, D. Blair, P. Wentworth, D. Kahl, J. Darnell, J. Johnson, Mgr. Eric Tarlton. Seventh Row: J. Allgeier, W. Shelby, D. 
Briggs, C. Dishman, T. Ford, S. Hafling, J. Guenthner, S. Endris, W. Watson, R. Holt, S. Nardi, Mgr. D. Lawson. 

SHELBY CO. - CLASS AAAA, STATE. REGION II. CHAMPION 







(Taken From Roster) R. Jones, J. Allen, D. Conn, M. Lancaster, D. Evans, S. Walnscott, J. Morton, D. Chappell, M. 
Bradford, M. Montgomery, P. Kemp, K. Grobe, G. Wilder, B. Beckley, N. Mcintosh, G. Cottrell, K. Burly, T. Pumell, A. Marshall, 
W. Easley, S. Collier, E. Paden, L. Stout, M. Cottrell, D. Hall, V. Rossetti, M. Smith, G. Borders, J. White, J. Murphy, T. 
Shannon, D. Donoho, M. Brown, O. Loving, J. Williams, S. SeidI, R. Satterly, D. Cottrell, R. Gilreath, L. Sullivan, C. Wright, J. 
Moore, B. Nutter, R. Waldridge, J. Murphy, T. Douthitt, J. Minor, J. Christopher, J. Thomas, D. Woods, D. Beach, S. May, T. 
Armstrong, T. Willard, B. Reasor, T. Sullivan, R. Neagle, C. Davis, T. Johnson. 



DIXIE HEIGHTS - CLASS AAAA, STATE, REGION IV, CHAMPION 




(Taken From Roster) S. Brewer, C. Derry, S. Hall, R. Helton, K. Kathman, L. Klefer, J. Lemker, G. McDowell, J. Phoenix, M. 
Pike, T. Plunkett, T. Popp, T. Reilly, T. Richardson, S. Shockey, A. Shultz, B. Slusher, W. Stracener, M. Unkraut, C. West, K. 
Williamson, C. Wynn, T. Durstock, E. Erdman, R. French, R. Gronefeld, B. Johnston, R. Justice, T. Mahorney, M. Malony, D. 
Pracht, R. Rudd, C. Sherman, J. Shultz, K. Armstrong, C. Collins, C. Ehrhardt, T. Huff, D. Kathman, J. Kiibane, B. McClure, C. 
Moyer, T. Newton, S. Popp, B. Schultz, C. Waymeyer. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIV — NO. 5 



DECEMBER, 1981 



$2.00 Per Year 



DELEGATE ASSEMBLY MEMBERS 

Members of the Delegate Assembly at ttie forthcoming 
1982 annual meeting of the Association were elected by 
the Board appointed state representatives of the 
K.H.S.A.A. There were several ties in the voting for 
delegate and alternate. These ties were broken recently, 
with the delegates and alternates determined by lot. Article 
IV, Section 2-c, of the Constitution states in the last 
sentence "If the duly elected delegate or alternate does not 
answer the roll call at the annual meeting of the Delegate 
Assembly, the district shall remain not represented." The 
names of the district representatives are as follows: 

DELEGATES 

(1) Walter McAlister, (2) Allen Franklin, (3) Boyd Whitt, 
(4) W.A. Franklin, (5) Clinton Dale Kirk, (6) Wm. Darvis 
Snodgrass, (7) Gary Morgan, (8) Harold Wood, (9) 
Waymond Morris, (10) Jim Price, (11) Jack Lee, (12) Bob 
Burden, (13) Howard Gorrell, (14) Ken Metcalf, (15) 
Bennie Keen, (16) Prentice Stanford, (17) Charles M. 
Rawlings, (18) Forrest W. Wise, (19) Virgil Chambers, (20) 
Charles T. Richardson, (21 ) George Carson, (22) Byron H. 
Bell, (23) Thomas McCarthy, (24) Jim Watkins, (25) Paul 
Young, (26) Rev. Thomas Duerr, (27) John V. Reschar, Sr., 
(28) Jim Ruether, (29) Gary Dennison, (30) Charles Scott, 
(31) Bobby Simpson, (32) Tom Sims, (33) Robert 
Murdock, (34) Fred Breyer, (35) James Weyer, (36) 
Chester Turner, (37) William Case, (38) Gary Russo, (39) 
Sister Jude Brick, (40) Claude Sallee, Jr., (41) Dr. Fred 
Simpson, (42) James Gash, (43) Rick Phillips, (44) Shirley 
Kearns, (45) Richard Carlton, (46) Robert Anderson, (47) 
George Horton, (48) Carl Patton, (49) Bobby Keith, (50) 
James Davis, (51) James Pursifull, (52) Tom Ward, (53) 
Ramson Holbrook, (54) Ronnie Stidham, (55) Bobby 
Smith, (56) Bill Orme, (57) Paul Setser, (58) Denzil Halbert, 
(59) Steve Butcher, (60) Frank Welch, (61 ) John Johnston, 
(62) Don Gaunce, (63) John Stephens, (64) Herb Conley. 

ALTERNATES 

(1 ) Burley Mathis, (2) Robert Vannerson, (3) Donald M. 
Jones, (4) Jerry Ainley, (5) Kenneth T. Hardin, (6) Richard 
Vincent, (7) Mike Duncan, (8) Fleming Thornton, (9) 
CharlesSummers, (10) Allen J. Miller, (11) Neal Maddock, 
(12) Bryce Roberts, (13) Wayne Mullen, (14) Frank 
Cardwell, (15) Gary Shelton, (16) Ralph Reese, (17) 
William S. Johns, (18) Murrell A. Woosley, (19) Jude 
Talbott, (20) Jeffrey Scott, (21) Dan Withers, (22) Charles 
Miller, (23) John Turner, (24) Rex Robinson, (25) Jay 
Levine, (28) Rev. Harry Jansing, (27) James Sexton, (28) 
Burton Miracle, (29) Ray Foster, (30) Larry Barnett, (31) 
Bill Prewitt, (32) George Baker, (33) Joe Stark, (34) Paul 
Brinker, (35) George Frakes, (36) Andrew Christofield, 
(37) David McMillen, (38) Woodie Crum, (39) Michael 
Forman, (40) Harry Dinsmore, (41) Ken Tippett, (42) 
Phillip Carter, (43) Nolan Barger, (44) Raymond Ross, (45) 
Arnold Marshall, (46) Virtrease Gaddy, (47) Dr. Robert 
Gatton, (48) Larry Stewart, (49) Roscoe Denny, (50) Jack 
Foley, (51 ) William Adams, (52) Joshua Hensley, (53) Larry 
Isom, (54) Wendell Wilson, (55) James Goff, (56) Mike 
Crowe, (57) Alvin Ratliff, (58) David Turner, (59) Gene 
Tackett, (60) Paul Dotson, (61) Henry Allen, (62) Harlan 
Fleming, (63) Robert Morrison, (64) Don Gibson. 



MINUTES OF THE BOARD MEETING 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the Executive Inn-East, 
Louisville, Saturday, November 28, 1981. The meeting was 
called to order by President J.D. Mlnnehan at 9:00 A.M. 
with Board members Charles Black, John Brock, Whaylon 
Coleman, Eldon Davidson, Robie Harper, Alvis Johnson, 
Bob Rogers, Fairce Woods; Commissioner Tom Mills, 
Assistant Commissioners Brigid DeVries, Louis Stout and 
Billy V. Wise present. 

Fairce Woods moved, seconded by Robie Harper, that 
the minutes of the October 10, 1981 , meeting of the Board 
be approved. The motion passed unanimously. 

Mr. Tom Kelly spoke to the Board on behalf of his son, 
Chad, a student at Henry Clay High School who is 
ineligible under the provisions of By-Law 6, Transfer Rule. 
Following his presentation and a discussion by the Board, 
Fairce Woods moved, seconded by John Brock, that the 
decision of the Commissioner be upheld and that By-Law 
6, Transfer Rule, not be waived in this case. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Mr. Minnehan read the section of the minutes of the 
October 1 meeting to the Board to review their decision in 
the John Barry Noble eligibility case. Following a 
discussion of the facts now presented and the fact that the 
parents had complied with the Board's request, Fairce 
Woods moved, seconded by Bob Rogers, that John Barry 
Noble be declared eligible immediately to participate in 
athletics at Jackson High School. The motion passed with 
5 in favor and 4 opposed. 

Commissioner Tom Mills reported on the results of the 
Softball survey sent out to the member schools after the 
last Board meeting. Out of the 221 schools that returned 
the survey, 97 schools indicated that they would sponsor 
girls' Softball and 124said they would not sponsor a team. 
Since this represents more than the required 25% of the 
schools stating they will sponsor this sport, John Brock 
moved, seconded by Fairce Woods, that the K.H.S.A.A. 
sponsor a girls' softball tournament during the spring 
season of the 1982-83 school year. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

After a report by Billy V. Wise on the football playoff 
receipts and following a discussion by the Board on the 
amount of additional contribution to be made to the 
football finalists, Eldon Davidson moved, seconded by 
Whaylon Coleman, that an additional expense check be 
sent to the finalists in the amount of $1 ,200.00. The motion 
carried unanimously. 

Mr. Wise reported on the Information he had gathered 
from surrounding states on the fees paid officials in 
athletic events sponsored by state associations. In 
studying the information and comparing the fees with 
Kentucky's fees, they found that Kentucky either 
compares or is above average in the amount paid officials 
in all sports. President Minnehan stated that the 
information provided through the survey would be used as 
a guideline in setting officials' fees in the future. 

After a lengthy discussion on the limitation of seasons 

and the number of games permitted in baseball and 

(continued on page two) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1981 



DECEMBER, 1981 VOL. XLIV — NO. 5 

Published monthly, except June andJuly, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 £. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President J. D. Minnehan (1978-1982) LaGrange 

Vice-President Fairce O. Woods (1979-1983) Flemingsburg 

Directors Charles D. Black (1980-1984) 

Barbourville: John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead; Whaylon 
Coleman (1980-1984) Owensboro; Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) 
Monticello, Robie Harper, Jr. (1979-1983) Drakesboro; Alvis 
Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg; Charles Miller (1981-1982) 
Pleasure Ridge Park: Robert L Rogers (1981-1985) Barlow; Conley 
Manning. State Department of Education representative. 
Subscription Rate $2,00 per year 



From the Commissioner's Office 

SWIMMING — REGIONAL SITES 
FEBRUARY 12-13, 1892 

Northern Kentucky - Site: Scott High School, Managers 
Andy Christofield and Dave Webb. 

Central Kentucky - Site: Eastern Kentucky University, 
Manager, Tim Cahill. 

Western Kentucky - Site: Bow/ling Green High School, 
Manager, John Strode 

Louisville - Site: Lakeside Swim Club, Manager Jack 
Thompson. 

State Swimming Meet - Eastern Kentucky University, 
Richmond, Kentucky, February 26-27, 1982, Manager, Tim 
Cahill. 

GIRLS' GYMNASTICS 
REGIONAL SITES 

Louisville - Friday, February 12, 1982, Site: Kentucky 
Country Day, Manager, Debbie Howell. 

Central Kentucky - Saturday, February 13, 1982, Site: 
Paris High School, Manager, Art Sciubba. 

State Gymnastics Meet (Boys & Girls) Site: Alumni 
Coliseum, Eastern Kentucky University, Date: Saturday, 
February 20, 1982, Starting time, 10:00 am.. Boys 
Manager, Jim Nance, Girls Manager, Alane Mills. 

Minutes of the Board Meeting 
Continued from Page One 

Softball, Fairce Woods moved, seconded by Whaylon 
Coleman, that the All-Sports Committee study this subject 
and submit a recommendation for consideration at the 
January Board meeting. The motion carried unanimously. 
John Brock moved, seconded by Robie Harper, that the 



recommendation by Mr. Wise that the 1981-82 basketball 
officials fees for the district, regional and state be set at 
$35.00. $45.00 and $55.00 respectively, be adopted. 
Transportation allowance shall be 15C: per mile for all 
necessary travel to officiate an assigned game. In the event 
it IS necessary for the official to remain overnight at the 
tournament site, he or she shall be paid an additional 
$20 00 per day for lodging and meals. These apply to both 
boys and girls tournaments. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Upon recommendation of Commissioner Mills, Robie 
Harper moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that a transfer 
of funds be made from the boys' state tournament account 
to the girls' state tournament account in an amount of 
$8,000.00 to cover the expense of a $500.00 check being 
sent to the sixteen schools that participate in the girls' state 
tournament. The motion carried unanimously. 

Upon a recommendation by Commissioner Mills, 
Charles Black moved, seconded by Bob Rogers that the 
radio fee for broadcasting the 1982 boys' and girls' state 
basketball tournaments be increased $10.00 per day. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Mr, Osborne came before the Board to protest the 
eligibility status of a student presently enrolled in another 
member school. President Minnehan informed Mr. 
Osborne that all protests against a member school should 
be submitted accordance with the provision of By-Law 1 3, 
Protests. Mr. Osborne thanked the Board members for the 
time alloted him and indicated that he would follow the 
proper procedure as outlined in the K.H.S.A.A. 
Constitution and By-Laws. 

Mr. Mills read a letter written by Prin. Sam Chandler of 
the Shelby County High School requesting an increase in 
the expense allowance for the schools participating in the 
football playoffs. Eldon Davidson moved, seconded by 
Charles Black, that this request be referred to the Football 
Committee for their study and recommendations. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Following the presentation of several requests from 
member schools. Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Fairce 
Woods, that a survey besent to the soccer playing schools 
requesting their vote on whether or not tr",ey would prefer 
that soccer be sanctioned as a fall sport rather than a 
spring sport. The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Mills read a letter from Prin. Thomas Stephenson of 
Lone Oak High School requesting Board of Control 
sanction for an all-star game for senior girls at the end of 
the 1981-82 basketball season. After a discussion it was 
the decision of the Board members that sanction of this 
game by the Board is not necessary. The Board instructed 
the Commissioner to inform Mr. Stephenson that 
K MS A,A, rules do not prohibit a member school 
sponsoring an all-star game. However, By-Law 32, does 
apply and the penalty for violation shall be loss of eligibility 
in all sports for the remainder of the academic school year 
for seniors, and the loss of eligibility in all sports for one 
year for those below the senior level. 

Mr. Mills read a letter from Burgin High School 
requesting permission for their basketball team to go to 
Toronto to play in a series of games, following the 1981- 
82 basketball season. John Brock moved, seconded by 
Charles Black, that permission be granted upon the 
approval of the National Federation. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

After a lengthy discussion on the assigning of basketball 
tournament officials, Fairce Woods moved, seconded by 

(Continued on page twelve) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1981 



Page Three 



1981 Kentucky High School Football Playoff Winners 

Finals — Kentucky Fair & Exposition Center 

Louisville, Kentucky 



REGION I 

District 1 — Russellville 14 



District 2 — Tompl<insville 7 

REGION II 

District 1 — 


Paris 7 


Russellville 


CLASS A 


Paris 14 


Paris 19 








District 2 

Sub District 1 — Frankfort 15 


Frankfort 
















Sub-District 2 — Carroll County 










REGION III 

District 1 — Bellevue 51 


State Champion 
Class A 


District 2 — Nicholas County 

REGION IV District 1 
Sub-District 1 — Cumberland 13 


Williamsburg 23 


Bellevue 62 




Nov 27 1981 


Pikeville 14 


Bellevue 7 




District 2 






Sub-District 2 — Williannsburg 26 


Pikeville 34 




District 2 




Sub-District 1 — Virgie 13 










Sub-District 2 — Pikeville 18 







REGION I 

District 1 

Sub-District 1 — Mayfield 27 





Mayfield 28 




Sub-District 2 — Ft. Campbell 21 


Warren East 13 




District 2 


Mayfield 14 


CLASS AA 


Sub-District 1 — Warren East 18 


Bardstown 17 








Sub-District 2 — Green County 12 


Bardstown 29 




REGION II District 1 


Bardstown 20 




Sub-District 1 — Ft. Knox 7 










Sub-District 2 — Bardstown 29 


Rowan County 




District 2 




Sub-District 1 — Bath County 6 








Sub-District 2 — 




Bardstown 20 


Rowan County 25 




State Champion 


REGION III 

District 1 — Somerset 15 


Class AA 
Nov. 27, 1981 






Somerset 10 






District 2 — Middlesboro 14 


Prestonsburg 


Somerset 6 




REGION IV 






District 1 — Johns Creek 8 












District 2 — Prestonsburg 27 







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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1981 



1981 Kentucky State High School Football Playoff Winners 



REGION I 

District 1 — Calloway County 14 





Franklin - 


Simpson 6 


Elizabethtown 24 


CLASS AAA 


District 2 — Franklin - Simpson 20 






REGION II District 1 
Sub-District 1 — Elizabethtown 32 




Sub-District 2 — 


Elizabethtown 45 




Highlands 40 




Grayson County 


Woodford County 
10 


Elizabethtown 40 




District 2 




Sub-District 1 — Danville 17 






Sub-District 2 — 




Woodford County 26 








REGION III District 1 




Highlands 


Sub-District 1 — Conner 7 


State Champion 




Highlands 14 




Class AAA 


Sub-District 2 — Highlands 26 


Lincoln Co. 


Highlands 31 


Nov. 27, 1981 


District 2 




Sub-District 1 — Cawood 










Sub-District 2 — Lincoln County 7 








REGION IV 

District 1 — Leslie County 8 


Russell 14 










District 2 — Russell 33 









District 1 — (W) Butler 19 


Butler 20 


DeSales 26 


JEFFERSON COUNTY 




CLASS AAAA 


District 4 — (R) Trmity 10 


DeSales 21 






District 2 — (W) DeSales 10 


Doss 








District 3 — (R) St. Xavier 7 


Doss 22 






DeSales 7 




District 3 — (W) Seneca 10 


A - STATE 

Henry Clay 20 








District 2 — (R) Doss 14 


Ballard 20 








District 4 — (W) Ballard 24 


CLASS AAA 

Shelby County 14 








District 1 — (R) Western 


Henderson County 7 






Henry Clay 


REGION 1 

District 1 — Christian County 6 


Class AAAA Champion 
Fairgrounds 
Nov 28 1981 




District 2 — Henderson County 24 


Shelby County 13 




REGION II 




District 1 — Marion County 


Henry Clay 36 








District 2 — Shelby County 41 


Henry Clay 23 




REGION III 




District 1 — Henry Clay 24 










District 2 — Madison Central 


Dixie Heights 




REGION IV 




District 1 — Dixie Heights 20 










District 2 — Paul Blazer 18 







THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1981 



Page Five 



1981-82 K.H.S.A.A. MEMBERSHIP AND ASSIGNMENTS TO DISTRICTS AND 
REGIONS FOR GIRLS AND BOYS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 











REGION 1 






D. 


1 


Carlisle County 


Bardwell 42023 


Burley Mathis 


Craynor Slone 


David Hoskins 






Fulton 


Fulton 42041 


Walter McAlister 


David Elliot 


Wayne Lohaus 






Fulton County 


Hickman 42050 


Richard Wilkerson 


Richard Henson 


Jim McGrath 






Hickman County 


Clinton 42031 


Ray Curtis Wilson 


Dale Ray 


Gerald Vaughn 


D. 


2 


Ballard Memorial 


Barlow 42024 


Bob Rogers 


B.B Kendrick 


Frank Haneline 






Heath 


West Paducah 42086 Don Werner 










Lone Oak 


Paducah 40021 


Thomas Stephenson 


Steve Speed 


Cliff Owen 






Paducah tllghman 


Paducah 42001 


Dr Jim Jackson 


Berny Miller 


David Roof 






Reidland 


Raducah 42001 


Allen Franklin 


Dennis Gourley 


Gary Cunningham 






St. Mary 


Paducah 42001 


Rev Gerald Calhoun 


Larry Hopper 


Richard Durbin 


D. 


3 


Fancy Farm 


Fancy Farm 42039 


Donald M. Jones 


Joe Mikez 


Phillip Forester 






Farmington 


Farmington 42040 


Al Colley 


Louis Sims 


Terry Yates 






Lowes 


Lowes 42061 


Charles W. Ford 


Jim Long 


Craig Turner 






Mayfield 


Mayfield 42066 


Ralph Colby 


Roger Fields 


Lanny Lancaster 






Sedalia 


Sedalia 42079 


Jimmy Wiggins 


Ken Wary 


Billy Kinsey 






Symsonia 


Symsonia 42082 


Boyd Whitt 


Steve Dresher 


Belinda Hawkins 






Wingo 


Wingo 42088 


Donald Spicer 


Wadlington 


Bridges Holland 


D. 


4 


Calloway County 


Murray 42071 


Jerry Ainley 


Charles Nute 


Gloria Friedgen 






Marstiall County 


Benton 42025 


Bobby G. Miller 


Bobby Toon 


Howard Beth 






Murray 


Murray 42071 


W.A. Franklin 

REGION II 


Cary Miller 


Rich Fisher 


D. 


5 


Caldwell County 


Princeton 42445 


Charles T Elder 


Harry Byrd 


William Fralick 






Crittenden County 


Marion 42064 


Clinton D. Kirk 


Norm Weaver 


Joe McCord 






Livingston Central 


Burna 42028 


Kenneth T. Hardin 


Don Ringstaff 


Larry Lock 






Lyon County 


Eddyville 42038 


Buddy L. Nichols 


Doug Phelps 


Carroll Wadlington 




6 


Trigg County 


Cadiz 42211 


August Pisa 


Ray Maggard 




D. 


Henderson County 


Henderson 42420 


Howard R Crittenden 


Bob Mulcahy 


Jerry Mezur 






Providence 


Providence 42450 


Wm. Darvis Snodgrass 


Joe Smith 


David Borders 






Union County 


Morganfield 42437 


Richard Vincent 


Tris Kington 


Bob Brantley 






Webster County 


Dixon 42409 


Dr. Otis Reed 


John D Wilson 


Phil Gibson 


D. 


7 


Dawson Springs 


Dawson Springs 42408 Philip D Back 


Kent Dillingham 


Randy Oliver 












Fred Nallla 


Kathy Nicholas 






Madisonville North 


Madisonville 42431 


Floyd Brown 


Don Parson 


Teresa Ash by 






Hopkins 














South Hopkins 


Nortonville 42442 


William H. Dunning 


Lonnie Burgett 


Shirley Nance 






West Hopkins 


Nebo 42441 


Gary Morgan 


Jim Beshear 


Doug Harris 


D. 


8 


Chirstian County 


Hopkinsville 42440 


Barney Thweatt 


Lyie Dunbar 


Lynn Colley 






Fort Campbell 


Ft. Campbell 42223 


Bill R Perry 


Tim McDougle 


Kenneth Killebre 






Hopkinsville 


Hopkinsville 42240 


Harold Wood 


Chuck Hayslip 


Bob McCord 






Todd Central 


Elkton 42220 


Andrew Remick 


Fred Harper 


Jerri Houchin 






University Heights 


Hopkinsville 42240 


Robert C. Baker 


Roy Woolum 


Charles Hinson 






Academy 




REGION III 






D. 


9 


Apollo 


Owensboro 42301 


Frank A. List 


John Whitmer 


Willis McClure 






Daviess County 


Owensboro 42301 


Waymond Morris 


Mike West 


Jim Duke 






McLean County 


Calhoun 42327 


Charles Sumers 


Rickie Johnson 


Andy Groves 






Mount St. Joseph 


Maple Mount 42356 


Sr, Catherine M. 




Martha Luckett 






Academy 




Lauterwasser 










Owensboro 


Owensboro 42301 


Bill Van Winkle 


Randy Embry 


Walter Lee 






Owensboro Catholic 


Owensboro 42301 


Rev. J. Edward Bradley 


Jim Mueller 


Mike Reeves 


D. 


10 


Bremen 


Bremen 42325 


Ken Arbuckle 


Brain Whitaker 


Barry Barnes 






Central City 


Central City 42330 


Jim Wilcox 


Bill Loney 


Mark Eades 






Drakesboro 


Drakesboro 42337 


James L. Stewart 


Robie Harper 


Robie Harper 






Graham 


Graham 42344 


Carl R Sparks 


Taylor Sparks 


Mickey Strader 






Greenville 


Greenville 42345 


JR. Whitehead 


Steve Knight 


Ron Wigglesworth 






Hughes-Kirk 


Beechmont 42372 


Allen J. Miller 


Randy Ursery 


Mary Davis 


D. 


11 


Muhlenberg Central 


Powderly 42367 


Perry F. Hill 


Dale Todd 


Sam Sparks 


Breckinridge County 


Harned 40144 


Rob Cox 


Dean Hobbs 


Denny LaGrange 






Frederick Fraize 


Cloverport 40111 


Dr. Don Ralph 


Ed. Belcher 








Hancock County 


Lewisport 42351 


Herbert S. Young 


Wayne Chapman 


David Cowden 






St. Romuald 


Hardinsburg 40143 


Sr. Elaine Byrne 


Roger Owen 








Trinity 


Whitesville 42378 


Katie Williams 


Donnie Edge 


Donnie Edge 


D. 


12 


Butler County 


Morgantown 42261 


Ray Burden 


Rob Burden 


Diane Embry 






Fordsville 


Fordwville 42343 


Bryce Roberts 


Patrick Jenkins 


Darline Ashby 






Grayson County 


Leitchfield 42754 


Teddy White 


Cecil Gotf 


Mike Geary 






Ohio County 


Hartford 42347 


Ray C. Johnson 


Don Williams 


Janet Magan 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR DECEMBER, 1981 



REGION IV 



D. 


13 


Adalrville 


Adalrville 42202 


Jesse L. Richards 


Bill Davis 


Mike Haynes 






Auburn 


Auburn 42206 


Howard Gorrell 


Barry Reed 


Tim Owens 






Chandlers Chapel 


Auburn 42206 


Lorenza Davis 


Gerald Sinclair 


James Thompson 






Lewisburg 


Lewisburg 42256 


Darren Dooley 


David Billingsley 


Martha Nation 






Olmstead 


Olmstead 42265 


Bob Nylin 


Jack Pack 


Lugene Rogers 






Russellville 


Russellville 42276 


Wallace Mason 


Don Burton 


Matt Tipton 


D. 


14 


Bowling Green 


Bowling Green 42101 


Denval P Barriger 


Bob Hoggard 


C.A Meisel 






Franl^lin-Simpson 


Franl<lin 42134 


Ken Metcalf 


Damon Tabor 


Roger Matthews 






Potter Christian 


Bowling Green 42101 


Barclay Riley 


Tony Rutherford 


Harvey Page 






Warren Central 


Bowling Green 42101 


David D. Crowe 


Curtis Turley 


Vanous Lloyd 






Warren East 


Bowling Green 42101 


Joe Watkins 


Dallas Embry 


Fred Carter 


D. 


15 


Allen County 


Scottsville 42164 


Bennie Keen 


Gary Shelton 


David Young 






Barren County 


Glasgow 42141 


James Commer 


Wendell Brown 


Bobby Steenberger 






Edmonson County 


Brownsville 42210 


Johnny Vincent 


Bowman Davenport 


Mike Houchin 






Glasgow 


Glasgow 42141 


Jerry L, Harris 


Bobby Cook 


Terry Flatt 


D. 


16 


Clinton County 


Albany 42602 


Dr. Donald R. Hayes 


Gary Dunlap 


David McFarland 






Cumberland County 


Burkesville 42717 


Jimmy Radford 


David Wells 


Tom Watson 






Gamaliel 


Gamaliel 42140 


Jerome Taylor 


Billy Murphy 


Louis Carter 






Metcalfe County 


Edmonton 42129 


Hershel Toms 


Sam Reeves 


Gary Richardson 






Tompkinsville 


Tompkinsville 42167 


Prentice Stanford 


Russell Vanzant 


Lewis Carter 



REGION V 



D. 17 



D. 18 



D. 19 



D. 20 



East Hardin 
Elizabethtown 
Fort Knox 
Meade County 
North Hardin 
West Hardin 
Caverna 
Green County 
Hart County 
LaRue County 
Bardstown 
Bethlehem 
Nelson County 
Washington County 
Adair County 
Campbellsville 
Marion County 
Taylor County 



Glendale 42740 
Elizabethtown 42701 
Ft, Knox 40121 
Brandenburg 40108 
Radcliff 40160 
Stephensburg 42781 
Horse Cave 42749 
Greensburg 42743 
Munfordville 42765 
Hodgenville 42748 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Bardstown 40004 
Springfield 40069 
Columbia 42728 
Campbellsville 42718 
Lebanon 40033 
Campbellsville 42718 



Bill Reynolds 

Charles M. Rawlings 

William S Johns 

Vernon K. Wilson 

Ray Story 

Dane Hicks 

Murrell A. Woosley 

Forrest Kelly 

Waymon Denison 

Corky Cox 

Jude Talbott 

Sr, Margaret Willis 

T,G. Florence 

W, Virgil Chambers 

Jeffrey Scott 

Charles T, Richardson 

William McCall 

Edward Cox 



Kenneth Morris 

Bill Warren 
David Jenkins 
Ron Bevars 
Pat Tully 
Kim Shaw 
Carl Deaton 
Roy McKamey 
Bobby Embry 
Tom Williams 
Bev Hurt III 
Randal Robertson 
Charles Simpson 
Glynn Nixon 
Sam Karr 
Charlie Hopkins 
Fred Waddle 



Kenneth Rucker 
Robert Shearer 
Junie Jones 
Roger Cross 
Marlene Lamm 
Kenny Lane 
Phil Gowdy 
Martin Glanzer 
Terry Martin 
Joe Newton 
Roland Williams 
Gary Kidwell 
Minor Harmon 
Bill Newton 
Greg Bardin 
Kelly Baugh 
Beverly Roby 
Rollin McQueary 



REGION VI 



D. 21 



D. 22 



D. 23 



D. 24 



Central 

Portland Christian 

Presentation Academy 

Shawnee 

Angela Merici 

Bishop David 

Butler 

Pleasure Ridge Park 

Western 

Beth Haven Christian 

Doss 

Fairdale 

Valley 

DeSales 

Evangel 

Holy Rosary 

Iroquois 

Southern 



Louisville 40203 
Louisville 40212 
Louisville 40203 
Louisville 40212 
Louisville 40216 
Louisville 40216 
Louisville 40216 
Louisville 40258 
Louisville 40216 
Louisville 40272 
Louisville 40214 
Fairdale 40118 
Valley Station 40272 
Louisville 40214 
Louisville 40219 
Louisville 40214 
Louisville 40215 
Louisville 40219 



Joseph McPherson Robert L, Graves 

Ted Hardin Eugene Schriener 

Sr, Maureen Coughlin 

George Carson Estil Griffis 

Sr Paula Kleine-Kracht 

Gerald Wilkinson Myron Huey 

Byron H, Bell Mike Durham 

Charles Miller Dale Mabrey 

John D. Brown Joe Burks 

John Russell Pat Milligan 

Stanley Whitaker Leon Mudd 

John Turner Stanley Hardin 

Thomas McCarthy Fred Copass 

Father Farrel Kane Lucian Raque 

Jim Howard 

Sr Mary Louise Edwards 

Eugenia S. Lewis Charles Moore 

James Burch Rick Shadburne 



Sr Kitty Wilson 
Lonnie Johnson 
Ray Koch 

Tena Leahy 

Larry Pack 

Charles Jones 

Harry Hertel 

Phil Ritz 

Elizabeth Thornberry 



Martha Todd 
Sandy Walker 
Bill Brown 



D. 25 



D. 26 



Brown 

DuPont Manual 
Kentucky School f/tBli 
Louisville Collegiate 
Male Traditional 
Mercy Academy 
Ninth & O Baptist 
St. Francis 
St, Xavier 
Assumption 
Atherton 

Christian Academy of 
Louisville 



Louisville 
Louisville 
ndLouisville 
Louisville 
Louisville 
Louisville 
Louisville 
Louisville 
Louisville 
Louisville 
Louisville 
Louisville 



40202 
40208 
40206 
40204 
40203 
40204 
40208 
40202 
40217 
40205 
40205 
40207 



REGION VII 

Martha Ellison 
Joe Liedtkie 
Richmond Marcy 
Douglas Mackelcan 
R, Ted Boehm 
Sr Vicki Vondenberge 
Rosemary Hatcher 
Thomas Pike 
Bro, Edward Driscoll 
Karen Russ 
Cletus Hobbs 
James Stodghill 



Maurice Payne 

Alan Vance 
Jim Watson 
Alan Donhoff 

Bill Moore 
Tom Cook 



Leonard Coulter 

Bob Greene 
Sally Mackin 
Charlie Just 
Donna Haag 
Lisa Hoperman 

Kathy Fries 
Janet Childress 
David Green 



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Seneca 


Louisville 40220 


John Whiting 


Tony Carman 








Trinity 


Louisville 40207 


Rev Thomas Duerr 


J. Thompson 




D. 


27 


Fern Creek 


Fern Creek 40291 


John v. Reschar Sr 


George Abernathy 


Sandy Callahan 






Jeffersontown 


Jeffersontown 40299 


James Sexton 


Robert Bozarth 








Marion Moore 


Louisville 40228 


Luther McDowell Jr. 


Robert Driggers 


Suzanne Wallace 






Walden 


Louisville 40207 


John Gernert 






D. 


28 


Ballard 


Louisville 40222 


Patrick Crawford 


Don Salyer 


Jamie Waldell 






Eastern 


Louisville 40243 


Harold Andrews 


William Johnson 


Karen Morgan 






Kentucky Country Day 


Louisville 40222 


James Ledyard 


Steve Clark 


John Filar 






Sacred Heart Academy 


Louisville 40206 


Sr. Marie Willenbrink 




Bunny Daugherty 
Susie Sigler 






Waggener 


Louisville 40207 


A.K. Draut 


Don Hottman 





REGION VIII 



D. 29 
D. 30 

D. 31 
D. 32 



Bullitt Central 
Bullitt East 
North Bullitt 
Spencer County 
Anderson County 
Eminence 
Henry County 
Shelby County 
Western Anderson 
Carroll County 
Gallatin County 
Oldham County 
Trimble County 
Grant County 
Owen County 
Scott County 
Williamstown 



Shepherdsvill 40165 
Mt. Washington 40047 
Shepherdsville 40165 
Taylorsville 40071 
Lawrenceburg 40342 
Eminence 40019 
New Castle 40050 
Shelbyville 40065 
Lawrencburg 40342 
Carrollton 41008 
Warsaw 41095 
Buckner 40010 
Bedford 40006 
Dry Ridge 41035 
Owenton 40359 
Georgetown 40324 
Williamstown 41097 



George Valentine 
Ray Foster 
C.T. Collins 
James F Huggins 
Sonny Fentress 
David Baird 
Ronald Young 
Sam Chandler 
Charles Scott 
William Cord 
Bill Prewitt 
Mr. Justin Minnehan 
Larry Moore 
John W. Brill 
George Baker 
Tom Sims 
Shirley Wagoner 



Bill Schott 
Bill Bass 
Garry Jervis 
Mike Oder 
Steve Barriger 
Jim Willhite 
John Reeves 
Tom Creamer 
Paul Watts 
Bobby Simpson 
Wayne Scudder 
Dave Hart, Jr 
Tom Sibley 
OR, Wenderoth 
Larry Morgan 
Everett Varney 
Bob Buege 



Mary Ann Elam 
Steve Small 
Schott Morrison 
Darrell Treece 
Bill Pickett 
Don Van Meter 
Paula Martin 
Charlotte Chowning 
Lazetta Cook 
William Yates 
Jim Hindale 
Paul Upchurch 
Jim Barnes 
Bill Davidson 
Delmas Castle 
Bruce Bottoms 
Hilbert Hensley 



REGION IX 



D. 33 



D. 34 



D. 35 



D. 36 



Boone County 

Conner 

Dixie Heights 

Lloyd Memorial 

St. Henry 

Simon Kenton 

Walton-Verona 

Beechwood 

Covington Catholic 

Covington Latin 

Holmes 

Holy Cross 

Ludlow 

Notre Dame 

Villa Madonna Academy 

Bellevue 

Dayton 

Newport 

Newport Catholic 

Our Lady of Providence 

Academy 
Bishop Brossart 
Campbell County 
Highlands 
Silver Grove 
Scott 



Florence 41042 
Hebron 41048 
Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Erianger 41018 
Elsmere 41018 
Independence 
Walton 41094 
Ft. Mitchell 41017 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41014 
Covington 41015 
Ludlow 41016 
Covington 41011 
Covington 41016-1197 
Bellevue 41073 
Dayton 41074 
Newport 41071 
Newport 41071 
Newport 41071 

Alexandria 41001 
Alexandria 41001 
Ft. Thomas 41075 
Silver Grove 41085 
Covington 41015 



Ken Johnstone 

Charles Kelly 

Jim Jenkins 

Charles Ray Fugitt 

Ronald Albrinck 

Robert Abell 

Frank Lyons 

R W. Ellington 

Paul Brinker 

Rev. Edwin Heile 

Dr. Roger Childress 

Fred Breyer 

Thomas Holloway 

Sr. M. Virginia Ann 

Sr. Nancy Kordenbrock 

William Dosch 

Tom Hood 

George Frakes 

Carl Foster 

Sr Margaret Stallmeyer 

Thomas Seither 
William Foutch 
Chester Turner 
Timothy Barrow 
Bob Konerman 



Mike Karr 
Bill Wartield 
Kevin O'Toole 
Bill Code 
Robert Murdock 

Bob Eades 
Wayne Shipley 
Jack Kaelin 
Rev. Edwin Heile 
Reynolds Flynn 
Pat Pyan 
Ray Thompson 



Mike Swauger 
Stan Steidel 
John Gross 
Gary Schulte 



Dave Schuh 
Bob Jones 
Ken Shields 
Phillip Lovely 
Jim Mitcherll 



Ben Coffman 
Dwight Levi 
Dave Sorell 
Rusty Kordenbrock 
Barbara Clites 
Butch Hayes 
Bob Coates 
Sue Telljohann 
George Schneider 

Joan Mitchell 
Bill Galler 
Diane Redmond 
Sarah Telsch 
Annette Fischer 
Sally Meng 
Diane Huff 
Cindy Schlosser 

Moe Grosser 

Honathan Quatman 
Margi McKenna 
Don Dobson 
James Elam 
Linda Moore 



D. 37 

D. 38 
D. 39 



Bourbon County 
Harrison County 
Millersburg Military 

Institute 
Nicholas County 
Paris 
Augusta 
Bracken County 
Deming 
Pendleton 
Fleming County 
Mason County 
Maysville 
St Patrick 
Tollesboro 



Paris 40361 
Cynthiana 41031 
Millersburg 40348 

Carlisle 40311 
Paris 40361 
Augusta 41002 
Brooksville 41004 
Mt. Olivet 41064 
Falmouth 41040 
Flemingsburg 41041 
Maysville 41056 
Maysville 41056 
Maysville 41056 
Tollesboro 41189 



REGION X 

William Case 
Jerry Jenkins 
Dr Alan Saunders 

David McMillen 
Homer Goins 
Roy Machen II 
Joe Seavers 
Larry Kelscfi 
Larry Sutton 
Fairce O. Woods 
John Branson 
Elza Whalen. Jr. 
Sr Jude Brick 
Michael Forman 



Russ Day 
Virgil Jenkins 
Mike Reitz 

Mike Kenny 
Mark Crain 
Gary Russo 
Daniel Cooper 
Larry Allison 
Woody Crum 
Martin Voicers 
Allen Feldhaus 
Robert Hall 
Lex Turner 
Alan Bane 



J.W. Ballard 
Joe Mahan 



Robbie Barr 
Judy Cox 
Robert Keathley 
Danny Cummins 
Larry Allison 
Randy Couch 
Billy Calvert 
Robert Hutchinson 
John Fields 



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D. 40 



Bath County 
Estill County 
George Rogers Clark 
Montgomery County 



Owingsville 40360 
Irvine 40336 
Winchester 40391 
Mt. Sterling 40353 



Ewell Smoot, Jr. 
Danny Click 
Claude Sallee, Jr 
David Points 



Cary Carr 
Bart Risen 
Lake Kelly 
Julian Cunningham 



Mike Bromagen 
Tom Mouyeos 
Dan Hempel 
Oweney Owen 



REGION XI 



D. 41 



D. 42 



D. 43 



D. 44 



Frankfort 
Franklin County 
Lexington Catholic 
Western Hills 
Woodford County 
Burgin 
Harrodsburg 
Jessamine County 
Mercer County 
Bryan Station 
Henry Clay 
Lafayette 
Sayre 

Tates Creek 
Berea Community 
Madison 
Madison Central 
Model Laboratory 



Frankfort 40601 
Frankfort 40601 
Lexington 40503 
Frankfort 40607 
Versailles 40383 
Burgin 40310 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Nicholasville 40356 
Harrodsburg 40330 
Lexington 40505 
Lexington 40502 
Lexington 40503 
Lexington 40507 
Lexington 40502 
Berea 40403 
Richmond 40575 
Richmond 40475 
Richmond 40475 



Donald Hines 
Robert Hoagland 
Rev. Paul Arbogast 
Dr. Fred Simpson 
Ken Tippett 
Phillip Carter 
Delmer Warren 
Frank Conyers 
James Gash 
Richard Jones 
Bill Hurt 
Dwight Price 
Tom Grunwald 
Warren Featherston 
Dr. Betty Watson 
Monty Joe Lovell 
Frank Nassida 
Dr. Stephen Henderson 



John Lykins 
Gary Moore 
Jim Lankster 
Joe Rogers 
Gene Kirk 
Ed Watson 
Barry Welty 
Gary Holebak 
Gene Middleton 
Bobby Barlow 
Al Prewitt 
Don Harville 
Larry Blackford 
Nolan Barger 
Tony Cox 
Tommy Martin 
Bill Fultz 
Shirley Kearns 



Greg Graham 
Nancy Finney 
Peggy Tillman 
Harold Miller 
Sharon Tippett 
Debbie Perry 
Genie Sims 
Glen Teater 
Marianne Davis 
Valerie Lanlois 
Jackie Austin 
Brent Arnold 
Mike Lamb 
Brad Switzer 
C. Ray Martin 
Rufus Harris 
Frank Ray 
Jeanne Stull 



REGION XII 



D. 45 

D. 46 
D. 47 
D. 48 



Boyle County 
Danville 
Garrard County 
Kentucky School f/t 
Casey County 
Lincoln County 
Russell County 
McCreary Central 
Monticello 
Wayne County 
Laurel County 
Pulaski County 
Somerset 



Danville 40422 
Danville 40422 
Lancaster 40444 
DeafDanville 40422 
Liberty 42539 
Stanford 40484 
Russell Springs 42642 
Stearns 42647 
Monticello 42633 
Monticello 42633 
London 40741 
Somerset 42501 
Somerset 42501 



Arnold Marshall 
Don Turner 
Johnnie Laswell 
Ed Peltier 
Robert Anderson 
Jack Portwood 
Hebert Davis 
Dr. Robert Gatton 
Eldon Davidson 
George Horton 
Carl Patton 
Larry Stewart 
James Sears 



Carroll Yager 
Donn Marston 
Howard Wallin. Jr. 
Clyde Mohan 
Phil Williams 
Roger Meek 
Bob Payne 
Jerry Stephens 
Wade Upchurch 
Joe Harper 
Charles Broughton 
DAvid Fraley 
Charles Eckler 



Joan Mann 
Bernard Brant 
Kenneth Hurt 
Ruth Sigler 
David Sears 
Rod Waldroup 
Philip Garner 
Charles Adams 
John Cooper 
Wayne Ryan 
Roy Bowling 
Larry Hurt 
Bob Tucker 



REGION XIII 



D. 49 
D. 50 

D. 51 

D. 52 
D. 53 
D. 54 

D. 55 

D. 56 



Clay County 

Jackson County 

Oneida Baptist 

Rockcastle County 

Barbourville 

Corbin 

Knox Central 

Lynn Camp 

St. Camillus Academy 

Whitley County 

Williamsburg 

Bell County 

Lone Jack 

Middlesboro 

Pineville 

Red Bird 

Cumberland 

Evarts 

Harlan 

James Cawood 

Fleming Neon 

Jenkins 

Letcher 

Whitesburg 

Buckhorn 

Dilce Combs 

Hazard 

Leslie County 

M.C. Napier 

Breathitt County 

Cordia 

Jackson 

Knott County Central 

Riverside Christian 

Hazel Green 



Manchester 40962 
McKee 40447 
Oneida 40972 
Mt. Vernon 40456 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Barbourville 40906 
Corbin 40701 
Corbin 40701 
Williamsburg 40769 
Williamsburg 40769 
Pineville 40977 
Four Mile 40939 
Middlesboro 40965 
Pineville 40977 
Beverly 40913 
Cumberland 40823 
Evarts 40828 
Harlan 40831 
Harlan 40831 
Fleming 41816 
Jenkins 41537 
Letcher 41832 
Whitesburg 41858 
Buckhorn 41721 
Jeff 41751 
Hazard 41701 
Hyden 41749 
Hazard 41701 
Jackson 41339 
Hazard 41701 
Jackson 41339 
Hindman 41822 
Lost Creek 41348 
Hazel Green 



Lee Brown 
Betty Smith 
Oliver Hawkins, Sr. 
Cleston Saylor 
James Davis 
Ray Tipton 
Charles Black 
Clayton Taylor 
Sr. M. Amabilis 
Elmer Lawson 
Jack Foley 
James Pursifull 
Lowell Turner 
John Patterson 
William Adams 
Olen Taylor Collins 
Bob Morris 
David Lewis 
Tom Ward 
Joshua Hensley 
Roy Reasor 
Wm. Halliburton Greer 
Sherrill Slone 
Ramson Holbrook 
Wm. B. Napier 
Douglas Campbell 
Fred Stidham 
Omus Shepherd 
Harold Combs 
W.A. Toler 
Bobby Smith 
James Goff 
Billy Triplett 
Doran Hostetler 
Robert Dailey 



Bobby Keith 

Larry Gritton 
Roscoe Denny 
Clark Powers 
Rodney Woods 
Bill Swafford 
Calvin Vaughn 

Donnie Haynes 
Paul Falin 
Richard Webb 
Wayne Walters 
Larry Davis 
Kenny Woods 
Charles Minks 
Len Slusher 
Billy Hicks 
Doyle Troutman 
Kirk Chiles 
Bernard Hall 
Jim Rollins 
Dan Bates 
Arthur Jackson 
Dennis Wooton 
JR Noe 
Colin Cox 
Ronnie Stidham 
Denny Fugate 
James Turner 
Willia Madden 
David Perkins 
Eddie Gibson 

Mike Gatton 



Larry Sizemore 
Janet McCowan 
Layna Chessman 
Preston Parrett 

Willard Farris 
Daphne Goodin 
Eddie Harris 

James Rains 
Larry Anderson 
Zeke Smith 
Frank Overtop 
Ken Cowder 
Bryant Caudill 
Charles Minks 
John Bond 
Wallace Napier 
E.R. Gray 
Mike Jones 
Sue Kincer 
Kathy Sergent 

John High 
Lucy Minter 
Douglas Campbell 
Jonnie Shackelford 
Wendell Wilson 
Oramus Napier. Jr. 
Carolyn Mayes 
Zella Cowles 
James Campbell 
Sam Smith 

Pamelia Warth 



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Lee County 
Owsley county 
Powell County 
Wolfe County 



Beattyville 41311 
Booneville 42314 
Stanton 40380 
Campton 41301 



Gatv Pack 
Dale Callahan 
Jim Potts 
Dr. C.T. Collins 



Ctiarles Duncil 
Ctiarlie Turner 
Mike Crowe 
Arch Johnson 



David Jennings 
Randall Spencer 
Jean Scott 
Bob Terry 



REGION XV 



D. 57 



D. 58 



D. 59 



D. 60 



Johnson Central 

Magoffin 

Paintsville 

Sheldon Clark 

Allen Central 

Betsy Layne 

McDowell 

Prestonsburg 

Wheelwright 

Dorton 

Millard 

Mullins 

Pikeville 

Virgie 

Belfry 

Elkhorn City 

Feds Creek 

Johns Creek 

Phelps 



Paintsville 41240 
Slayersville 41465 
Paintsville 41240 
Inez 41224 
Eastern 41622 
Betsy Layne 41605 
McDowell 41647 
Prestonsburg 51653 
Wheelwright 41669 
Dorton 41520 
Pikeville 41501 
Pikeville 41501 
Pikeville 41501 
Virgie 41572 
Belfry 41514 
Elkhorn City 41522 
Feds Creek 41524 
Pikeville 41501 
Phelps 41553 



Paul Setser 
Ronald Gullett 
Dwight Johnson 
Wilburn Goble 
James Dingus 
Russell Frazier 
Hugo Miller 
Robert May 
Shorty Jamerson 
Glenn Wallace 
Phenis Potter 
Morris Justice 
Tom Swartz 
Phillip Johnson 
Frank Welch 
James Powell 
Dorse Adkins 
Winston Adkins 
John O'Brien 



Alvin Ratliff 
A.B. Conley 
Paul Williams 
John Williams 
Johnny Martin 
William Newsome, Jr. 
David Turner 
Ralph Roberts 
Danny Johnson 
Gene Tackett 
Richard Maynard 
Steve Butcher 
Danny Adams 
Bobby Osborne 
Tom Runyon 

Thaniel Tacker 
Aubrey Taylor 



Diana Van Hoose 
Jackie Howard 
Mary George 
Don Ward 
Judy Eversole 
Donnie Williams 
Johnny Turner 
Gary Hopkins 
Bobby Jones 
Bobby Sperars 
Bun Jack Burnette 
Steve McCann 
Roy Cutwright 
Karen Trivette 
Delores Dotson 
Kenneth O'Quinn 
Ronald Francisco 
Robert Blevins 



REGION XVI 



D. 


61 


Menifee County 


Frenchburg 40322 


Richard Ratliff 


Greg Howard 


John Mayer 






Morgan County 


West Liberty 1472 


John Johnston 


Robert Slonw 


Kathy Griffitts 






Rowan County 


Morehead 40351 


Marvin Moore 


Ted Tvent 


Claudia Hicka 






University Breckinridge 


Morehead 40351 


Dr. Charles Whitfield 


Gary Gantin 


Kim Cecil 


D. 


62 


East Carter 


Grayson 41143 


Harlan Fleming 


Charles Young 


Vicki Yoyng 






Elliott County 


Sandy Hook 41171 


William Wooten 


Rick Mays 


Rick Adkins 






Lewis County 


Vanceburg 41179 


Don Gaunce 


Deane Gauce 


Deane Gaunce 






West Carter 


Olive Hill 1164 


William Calhoun 


Jim Webb 


John Brown 


D. 


63 


Fairview 


Ashland 41101 


Robert Morrison 


Jim Day 


Judy Thomas 






Greenup County 


Greenup 41144 


Charles Banks 


Randy Ward 


Robert Bryson 






Raceland 


Raceland 41169 


John Stephens 


Dan Evans 


Brooke Sparks 






Russell 


Russell 51169 


Richard Baker 


Marvin Meredith 


Liz Trabandt 


D. 


64 


Boyd County 


Ashland 41101 


Jay Hutchinson 


Eugene Clark 


Paul Rice 






Holy Family 


Ashland 41101 


Brenda Popovich 


Bill Badley 








Lawrence County 


Louisa 41230 


Robert Prichard 


Don Gibson 


Doris Prichard 






Paul Blazer 


Ashland 41101 


Glenn Riedel 


Ernon Simpson 


Frank Sloan 



1981-82 Registered Basketball Officials 
Continued from November Athlete 



ABSHIRE, Jimmy, Route 1, Box 103, Phyllis 41554, 835-4854 
ACKERMAN, Tommy L., Star Route 2, Brandenburg 40108 
ADAMS, Wesley, Hendrick's, Salyersville 41441, 349-2242 
ALCORN, Mark A., Route 3, Greenbriar, Mt. Washington 40047, 

502/538-6420, 502/543-2238 
ALEXANDER, Marty, Route 3, Box 316 Grandvue Plaza, Hazard 

41701, 606/439-4377, 439-2153 
ANGELUCCI, Armand Jr., 304 Culpepper Road, Lexington 40502, 

266-6316 
ARVIN, Joseph Michael, 509 West Lexington Avenue, Wilmore 

40390, 254-3816, 858-4726 
APPLING, James, Route 4, Box 43-1, Russellville 42276, 726-7106 
ARMSTRONG, Roger L., P.O. Box 089, Forest Hills 41 527, 606/237- 

7388, 304/235-3961 
ASHER, Noah Michael, Route 3, Box 161, Berea 40403, 606/986- 

9040, 986-841 1 
AZEVEDO, Vernon, 3191 Dewey Drive, Lexington 40502, 269-6403, 

258-5874 
BAILEY, James C, Route 1, Box 12-A, Langley 41645, 285-9853 
BAILEY, Jerry D., P.O. Box 124, Hippo 41637 
BAILEY, Joe, P.O. Box 1 1 , Park City 421 60, 502/749-3841 , 749-3421 
BALDWIN, Carl Ray, 2925 Westgard Lane, Corpus Christi 78415, 

512/855-4716 
BARKER, Jerry W., 436 Belle Chase Lane, Nicholasville 40356, 

606/885-6362, 269-3681 
BARNHILL, E. Carl, 416 Columbia Way, Bowling Green 42101, 

502/781-5400, 781-9600 



BEHRENDT,BernieF., Route 2, Hickory 42051, 502/851 -31 48, 554- 

2757 
BELCHER, Gerald T., 812 Smith Drive, Bowling Green 42101, 842- 

0882, 843-3249 
BELL, Henry G , 960 Waverly Drive, Lexington 40505, 259-0736, 

254-4120 
BELL, Ronald Keith, 239 Tucker Station Road, Middletown 40243, 

502/245-6036, 893-2577 
BEVINS, Wallace I., Box 091, Forest Hills 41527, 237-4611, 353- 

7229 
BILLIPS, Douglas, A., 1671 Donelwal Drive, Lexington 40511, 

606/233-0153 
BLACKFORD, Robert L., 414 Dayflower Court, Edgewood 41017, 

606/341-3846 
BLAIR, Jeff, Box 224, Hindman 41822, 606/785-4664, 785-3133 
BOOTCHECK, David J., 581 Delzan Place, #4, Lexington 40503, 

606/278-8068 
BORIE, Jon, 503 Quails Run Road, C-2, Louisville 40207, 502/842- 

4636, 843-3249 
BOTTOM, Lynn, Route 2, Box 247, Stanford 40484, 854-6770, 236- 

9400 Ext. 326 
BOWDEN, James A., Route 1, Box 153, Barbourville 40906, 

606/546-5496, 546-4188 
BOYKIN, Arthur L., 1612 Madison, Paducah 42001, 502/442-4621, 

618/524-9394 
BRANSCUM, John, 100 Bicknell, Wilmore 40390 858-4257 
BRANSCUM, Wade, 100 Bicknell, Wilmore 40390, 273-5000 



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BREEDEN, Wayne T. , 616 Bardslown Road, Mt. Washington 40047, 

257-3140 
BREWER, Mark A., PO, Box 134, Dry Ridge41035, 606/824-5761. 

824-3383 
BRITTON. Jim, PO Box 251, Baxter 40806, 573-1529, 573-3880 
BROMBACK, Williann, 512 St. Joseph Lane, Apt. 35, Covington 

41011, 491-7263, 356-5559 
BROOKS, Clayton Louis, 1071 Vine Street, Paris 40361 , 606/987- 

3439, 987-1395 
BROWN, Judy C, 10202 Chico Court. Louisville 40291. 239- 

2195 
BROWN, Rickie Fay, 105A Embark Court, Glasgow 42141, 

502/651-9224, 651-8877 
BRUMFIELD, Bryan, 1213 Carter Avenue, Ashland 41101 
BUCHELLE, David E., 402 West Main, Cloverport 401 1 1 , 502/788- 

3388 
BUCKMAN, Joseph B., 223 Hollywood Drive, Bardstown 40004, 

348-4002, 348-3212 
BUERGER, Timothy W.. 37 Lorraine Port, Covmgton 41015 
BURRIS, William S , Route 7, Wash Road, Frankfort 40601, 502/ 

223-3820,546-2906 
CALHOUN, David, 311 Madison Place, Apt 3, Lexington 40508, 

253-2436 
CAMPBELL, Eddie N,, General Delivery, Ary 41712, 606/378-3331, 

378-7761 
CAREY, James R,, 3109 Flair Knoll, Louisville 40216, 447-3379 
CARLBERG, Jeff, P O, Box 234, Muldraugh 40155 
CARROLL, Billy Dean, P O. Box 143. Chavies 41727. 436-3660 
CARTER. J Michael. 907 South 9th Street. Mayfield 42066, 502/ 

247-8937, 443-7347 
CARVER, Harold Wayne, P.O. Box 292, Albany 42602, 387-5090, 

387-5276 
GATES, Bill, Route 1, Box 12A, Dixon 42409, 639-5684, 426-4573 
CATRON, Walter B., Jr.. General Delivery. Turkery Creek, 41570, 

237-6658, 353-7239 
CAUDLE, Gary H., 408 West 1st. Hopkinsville 42240. 885-9445. 

886-5245 
CECIL. Jimmie R . Box 193. Stanville 41659. 478-9839, 478-9138 
CHARLES, Paul M., 178 Leader Avenue #16, Lexington 40508, 254- 

5231 
CHATTIN, Ernest P , 615 17th Street, Ashland 41101, 324-2665 
CHICK. William A.. Route 6, Box 111, Russellville 42276, 542- 

4928 
CLARK, Greg L., 650 Victoria. Madisonville 42431, 825-1132, 821- 

4141 
CLARK, Kenneth, 521 5 Vanbibber Court, Ashland 41 101, 606/324- 

9309, 329-3333, Ext, 8857 
CLARK, Kenneth R , 385 Southland Drive, Madisonville 42431, 

825-1346, 821-4012 
CLARK, John B,, Route 2, Auxier Road, Prestonsburg 41653, 886- 

2805 
CLARK, Williams. Ill, SOUames Garrard Drive, Owensboro 42301, 

926-1512, 683-5756 
COFFMAN, W Steve, 4902 Swaps Lane, Louisville 40216, 502/ 

447-0658, 585-3249 
COLEMAN, C Ronald, 5263 Stafford Heights, Independence 

40051 
COLLINS, David A,, Route 3, Broadhead 40409, 758-8452. 256- 

2195 
COMBS. Clinton. General Delivery, Kimper 41539, 606/631-9115, 

835-2273 
CONLEY, Charles E., Box 86, Hollybush 
COOK, Walter L., 148 Lowry Lane, Wilmore 40390, 858-3444 
COOPER, Mary Linda, Route 1. Box 163, Woodbine 40771, 546- 

3797 
CORNWELL, Charles E,, 608 East 9th, Metropolis, IL 62960, 618/ 

524-2302 
COX, Ken. 2805 ML McKinlay Way. Lexington 40502. 606/272- 
4907, 

4907, 277-0359 
COX, Rufus A., P O. Box 237, Madisonville 42431, 502/821-2692, 

338-2776 
CRAWFORD, Calvin, P.O. Box 45, Bear Branch 41714, 502/259- 

3265 
CRAWFORD, Jerry D, 101 Suzanne, Lawrenceburg 40342, 

502/839-6333, 873-3181, Ext. 175 
CROSS, Jeffery A., 362B Dixie Highway, Muldraugh 40155, 

502/942-6463, 351-5449 
CROWELL, Jimmy D., 607 Barnes Street, Providence 42450, 

502/667-2908 
CUNNINGHAM, John Alan, 4900 Running Fox Drive, 

Shepherdsville 40165, 957-4670, 957-3540 
DALY, Terrence J., 5893-B Adams Street, Ft. Knox 40121, 502/ 
942-2345. 624-6528 



DANIELS, Donald R,, Box 186, Wheelwright 41669 

DANT, Joseph B., 2913 Sheldon Road, Louisville 40218, 502/491- 

7196, 491-3440 
DARNELL, Nick, 119 North Street, Southgate 41071, 781-4497. 

542-7100 
DAUGHERTY. Robert L.. Box 330. Hardinsburg 40143. 502/756- 

2086 
DAVIS. Bobby W. Route 4. Box 127F. Shelbyville 40065. 502/633- 

6167. 893-3611 
DAVIS. Brent. Star Route 4. Box 316C. West Liberty 41472. 606/ 

743-3404 
DAVIS. Harold T.. Route 3, Beaver Dam 42320. 274-4159. 274-7893 
DAVIS. Jay W,. 407 Maple Avenue, Princeton 42445, 885-4684 
DAVIS, John C., 1207 Indian Ridge, Shelbyville 40065, 633-6167, 

633-1580 
DAVIS, Larry Wayne, P.O. Box 2, Barbourville 40906, 546-5639 
DAVIS, Thomas A, 991 1 Grassland Drive, #6, Louisville 40299, 423- 

9637. 582-4891 
DAVIS. Wayne L,. 585 Storey Avenue. Harrodsburg 40330. 
606/734-7019. 502/223-8211 
DAY. Douglas B.. 240 Shreveport. Nicholasville 40356. 887-1801. 

255-7756 
DAY. Jack L . 605 Morehead Street. Central City 42330. 754-4700. 

754-2272 
DAY. James A.. RR 2, Versailles 40383. 873-9324 
DAY. Richard W . 395 Redding Road. #199. Lexington 40502. 273- 

3849. 233-1600 
DECKER. James F . 14010 Beckley Trace. Louisville 40223. 245- 

6361. 245-0238 
DECKER. Neil T . Route 7, Marion 42064. 502/965-5137 
DECKER. Richard C 9822 West Avenue. Louisville 40272. 937- 

8542. 448-4220 
DELANEY. William T.. 5 Hidden Valley Drive. Lawrenceburg. IN 

47025. 812/537-4399 
DENHAM. Edward G . Route 5. Box 438. Berea 40403. 986-1138. 

986-3727 
DENTON. Calvin R.. P O Box 12. Carlisle 40311. 289-5201. 232- 

3328 
DeROSA. Joseph M . Route 12, Box 121. Paducah 42001, 502/554- 

8378, 443-6371 
DeVARY. William B . 3237 Raven Circle. Lexington 40502, 277- 

7237, 232-3780 
DEVEREUX, Chip, 1243 Gainesway Drive, Lexington 40502 
DIAMOND, Rufus F , 509 Slater Street, Williamson, WV 25661 , 235- 

8617 
DIERIG, Thomas H. 4 Joseph Place, Cold Spring 41076. 781-4470 
DILLO, Joseph Lee, B9 Thomas Road, Russell 41169. 836-5275 
DIVINE. Wayne L., 626 Walnut. Central City 42330, 754-2783, 754- 

4474 
DIXON, J. R., Route 1, Box 54, Frakes 40940, 337-3237, 337-2921 
DIXON, Billy M., Route 3, Box 552. Hazard 41701. 439-4268, 439- 

1803 
DIXON, James Edward, 124 South Julia Street. Henderson 42420. 

502/827-1705 
DIXON, Ronald R., Route 2. Box 393. Ashland 41101, 928-9691 
DOERR. Edwin J., Box 237. Wallings Creek 40873. 664-9853 
DOLL. Allen. Route 1, Campbellsburg 40011. 502/732-4512, 732- 

4268, 606/485-7689 
DOOLEY, Terry. US 60 Trailer Court, Hardinsburg 40143 
DORRIS, James Allan, 30 West Luke Street, Madisonville 42431, 

821-5702 
DOSSETT, Mac L.. Route 4, Whippoorwill, Box 205, Marion 42064. 

965-2804, 965-3866 
DOTSON, Scott J , 3736 Mamaroneck Road, Louisville 4021 8, 451- 

4629 
DOUGLAS, Bill, Star Route, Box 503G, Harlan 40831, 606/573- 

7328, 573-7477 
DOUTHWEITE, Donald D., 5754 Biscayne Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 

45211. 574-2238, 241-2106 
DOWNS, Joseph W., 121 Parkview, Bardstown 40004, 348-5123, 

502/348-3991 
DOZIER, Dennis M., P.O.Box 32. Bimble 40915. 546-5917, 546- 

5181 Ext. 246 
DRAKE, John E,, 1 204 West Main. Richmond 40475. 606/623-6430, 

502/863-1223 
DRISKELL, Earl Jr., 7813 Fairmeadows Lane, Louisville 40222, 426- 

6863, 448-4620 
DRUCK, Dave W., 81 18th Street. Newport 41071, 606/291-5295, 

292-5380 
DUFF, Birchell, General Delivery, Box 85, Garrett 41630, 358-4564, 

358-9618 
DUNCAN, Kevin L., Route 2. Box 1 90, Russellville 42276, 542-7291 
DUNHOFT. Kenny, Route 2, Box 127-C, Verona 41092, 485-4420, 

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DUNN, Christopher S., 3704 Beaufort Lane. Louisville 40207, 

502/897-5926, 361-9261 
DUNN, Richard, Route 2, Maytield 42066, 623-8683 
DURBIN, Hade, 303 Morningside Drive, ElizabethtovKn 42701 , 502/ 

452-7893, 769-2359 
DURBIN, Steve, 331 Bruce Avenue, Paducah 42001 , 502/554-5617, 

554-8876 
DUVALL, Thomas J. Sr.. 4705 Andrea Way, Louisville 40219, 964- 

8455, 361-8332 
DYCHE, John David, Box 245, Centre College, Danville 40422. 

606/236-9983 
DYKE, Orville Dean, Route 1, Pleasureville 40057, 461-7803, 452- 

4140 
EADS, Ronald Lynn, 3141 Starling Drive, Lexington 40502. 278- 

6759, 299-4381 
EAST, Martin D., 1139 Cedar Ridge, Apt. A, Park Hills 41011, 491- 

7191, 431-8200 
EAST, William L., 402 Linda Drive, Hopkinsville 42240, 886-2146, 

886-5259 
EASTEP, Phillip P., Route 3, Box 636, Salyersville 41465, 606/349- 

3406 
EAVES, James K., 104 Southwestern Parkw/ay, Louisville 40212, 

778-0137. 581-5796 
EBEL, Jack D.. 1225 Venetian Circle. Lexington 40502. 273-2372. 

654-6981 
ECKLER. Jim W.. 3804 Wem Drive. Lexington 40503. 272-1822, 

232-5192 
EDWARDS, W. Glenn, P.O.Box 573, Monticello 42633, 606/348- 

9583, 348-6001 
EDWARDS, Jerry L,, Alice Lloyd College, Pippa Passes 41844, 

606/848-5961, 368-2101 Ext. 211 
EDWARDS, Terry Lee Sr., Route 5, Shepherdsville40165, 502/543- 

4730, 543-2231 
EDWARDS, Wayne D., 118 Avery Drive, Greensburg 42743, 

502/932-4960, 932-5391 
EDWARDS, William L., Route 1. Box341-B, Shepherdsville 40165. 

543-6802. 775-6491 
EFFINGER. Sharon Marie. 4703 Lynn Lea Road. Louisville 40216. 

447-4198 
EHA, Steven C. 479 Laketower Drive. #210. Lexington 40502, 259- 

1976 
ELKINS, Wayne. Route 2. Box 69-A. Jenkins 41537. 606/639-4734 
ELLIOTT. Jerry O.. 805 Barbourville Street. Corbin 40701. 528- 

6579. 528-3131 
ELLIOTT. Larry. Route 2. Box 85. Middlesboro 40965. 337-3969. 

248-3968 
ELLIOTT. Michael C. Route 3A. Box 20. Springfield 40069. 

606/336-7543. 336-3681 
ELLIS. Dwayne, Route 4, Box 149, Elizabethtov»n 42701 . 737-6301 . 

351-3167 
ELLIS. Kenneth G. 39 Kenner Street. Ludlow 41016. 292-0177. 261- 

6840 
ELLIS. Michael A. 612 Lmden Street. Ludlow41016. 261-931 1 . 292- 

5811 
EMBERTON, Charles E.. Route 1. Mill Creek Road, Tompkinsville 

42167, 502/487-5172 
EMMONS, Guy W.. Route 2. Box 51 . Lanesville. IN 47136. 812/952- 

3850. 502/367-1781 
ENGLAND. William Jr.. Box 63E, Hi Hat 41636, 606/377-6655, 432- 

1461 
ENGLE, Vincent K.. Route 7, Apt. 12, Richmond 40475, 498-4259 
ENSSLIN, Charles W.. P.O.Box 564. Barbourville 40906, 546-8503, 

546-8661 
EPPERSON, John, RR 1, Box 123, Hazard 41701, 436-5416 
ESTES, Walter R., 4736 Graham Lane, Owensboro 42301 , 502/281 - 

5609. 729-4052 
EVANS. Alvin Ray, Box 576, Jellicho, TN 37762, 61 5/784-7636, 784- 

9933 
EVANS, Daniel Lee. P.O.Box 457. Middlesboro 40965, 606/248- 

6327. 273-5056 
EVANS, Danny R., Box 507, Elkhorn 41522, 754-5244, 754-7132 
EVANS, Lewis, Route 2, Morgantown 42261, 526-4310, 526-3361 
EVANS, Ronnie B.. 521 Short White Oak Road. Russell 41 169. 836- 

1709. 325-8456 
EVERAGE. Richard, Route 2, Box 270, Hazard 41701, 251-4437, 

251-3837 
EVERLY, Phyllis J.. Route 2, Central City 42330. 502/754-2304. 476- 

8775 
EVERLY. Randy. Route 1. Beaver Dam 42320. 502/274-9768, 232- 

4213 
FALKENBURG. Charles Wayne, 238E Mall Apts., Bowling Green 

42101. 502/781-4159 
FANNIN. Robert W., 205 Reilly Road, Frankfort 40601, 875-2712, 
564-7137 



FANNIN. Ronald E.. 132 Plantation Lane. Springhill Est.. Frankfort 

40601, 695-1448, 227-7321 
FANNON, Norman, General Delivery, Grays Knob 40829, 606/573- 

6763, 573-4880 
FARLEY. Jimmy. 120 Lynnwood Drive. Lancaster 40444, 606/792- 

4874, 885-4300 
FAULK, Terry W.. Box 382. Mortons Gap 42440. 825-4383. 639- 

5081 
FEATHERSTONE. Jerry. Box 414. Mayfield 42066. 502/247-7448. 

247-3553 
FEATHERSTONE. John E., 3416 Kramers Lane. #39, Shirvely 

40216. 448-1483 
FEDDE. Carol K.. 1636 Lawrence Avenue, Ashland 41 101 , 606/325- 

0965, 329-2294 
FEGER, George, 2602 Mt. Vernon Court, Louisville 40220, 502/ 

451-4190, 968-3361 
FEHER, Al Jr.. Box 746, Lynch 40855, 848-2547, 848-5431 
FELDMAN, Doug. 3482 Lansdowne Drive, Apt. 131, Lexington 

40503 
FELTNER, Danny R., Route 2. Box 151A. Hazard 41701, 606/436- 

5152, 436-3155 
FELTNER. Doug. 800 Rose Street. Room C502. Lexington 40506. 

269-2698. 233-5981 
FELTNER, Paul, P.O. Box 304. Hazard 41701. 439-1776. 436-3171 
FETTERS, Arnold, 426 West 11th Street, Newport 41 071. 606/431- 

0481, 491-1305 
FIELDS, Jerry W, Route 1. box 246, Maysville41056. 606/883-3233. 

564-201 1 
FIELDS, Roger G., Box 474. Neon 41840. 606/855-7017 
FIELDS. Rufus. Route 12. Box 297, London 40741, 606/864-4051, 

878-7301 
FILLE, Michael B., PO. Box 205. Flemingsburg 41041. 606/849- 

4367. 845-9331 
FINLEY. James Howard. 400 Hilldale. Paducah 42001. 442-9037, 

442-7919 
FISHER. Steven R.. Smith Mills, Smith Mills 42457, 533-6396, 826- 

8843 
FITZER, Carl R., Route 5. Box 302B. DeCoursey Pike. Ryland 

Heights 41015. 356-8700. 356-3541 
FLANNERY. Rabon D., P O. Box 150. Allen 41601, 606/874-2219, 

1-800-432-9394 
FLESCH, Jerome P., 3113 Lawrence Drive. Edgewood 41017. 
606/341-8223. 513/684-2176 

FLETCHER, John, 1301 Tanglewood Drive, Corbin 40701, 528- 

2291, 528-3902 
FLORENCE, Joseph, 5804 Cadillac Drive. Independence 41051, 

606/356-7670, 581-3234 
FLOYD, Joe W., Route 1. Lancaster 40444. 792-2728. 236-7200 
FLOYD. Paul Jr.. Spencer Pike, Hope 40334, 498-3124, 498-2101 
FOSTER, Donald E., 47 Madison Village, Richmond 40475 
FOUST, Dennis R , 2150 Richmond Road, Apt. 98. Lexington 

40502, 255-0561 
FOUTCH. Enoch Jr.. 810 College Road, Cumberland 40823, 606/ 

848-2587, 573-5000 
FOX, Curtis Howard Sr., P.O. Box 145, Sedalia 42079, 502/247- 

0799, 247-3106 
FOX, Joanna, General Delivery, Drakesboro 42337, 502/476-2969, 

338-4650 
FOX, Mike, 3821 Gladman Way. Lexington 40503. 223-2536 
FOX. Russell E.. 4714 Fister Court, Louisville 40258, 447-4788. 

582-2261 
FRALEY. Charlie L. CO B 1/17(M) Inf.. APO SF. CA 96224 

FRANCIS, James "Frankie", Box 5D, Garrett, 41630, 606/358-9398, 

886-2354 
FRANKLIN, John L., 167 North Haven Drive. Madisonville 42431, 

825-3414 
FRANTZ, Jerry D., 66 Seminole Trail, Shelbyville 40065, 502/633- 

3220, 564-7300 
FRAZER, Tom Roe, Route 1 , Box 321 , Sturgis 42459, 502/333-441 2. 

333-4672 
FRAZIER, Ben. 542 Charlotte Court. Lexington 40508. 253-0138 
FRAZIER. Mac. Rural Route. Box 88A. Webster 40176. 547-4900, 

547-6707 
FREPPON. Tom. 26 Madonna. Cold Springs 41076. 781-0583, 421- 

1800, Ext. 286 
FREY. William R.. P.O. Box 312. Cold Springs 41076. 781-2685. 

733-4322 
FRITSCHNER. John B.. 2807 Northview. Ashland 41101. 606/325- 

0566. 325-8571 
FRITZ, Douglas E.. Route 1. Paint Lick 40461 . 606/925-4391 , 259- 

1000 
FRITZ, John C. 3057 Dale Hollow Drive. Lexington 40502. 269- 

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FRITZ, Richard V., 682 Hill-n-Dale Drive, Lexington 40503, 276- 

3783, 232-4143 
FRYER, John Wayne, P.O. Box 63, Rush 41 168, 474-4852, 474-5756 
FUDGE, Mark, Route 10, Box 97, Columbia 42728, 502/378-6938 
FUELL, William Patrick, 5210 Cynthia Drive, Louisville 40291 , 502/ 

239-9718 

GABBARD, John P., Box 512, Beattyville 41311, 606/464-3352, 

464-2472 
GABBARD, Keith D., Box 31, McKee 40447, 287-7091, 287-7101 
GABBARD, Raymond Jr., 525 Williams Road, Burlington 41005, 

689-4590, 283-3191 
GADDIE, Gary T., Route 1, Box 350, Eastview 42732, 862-3809, 

769-5537 
GAINES, Stephen Earl, Route 3, Box 252, Henderson 42420, 502/ 

546-7577 
GAJEWSKI, Gregory, 5379 Hart Hall, M.S.U., Murray 42071, 

502/767-2842 
GAMBLE, James H., Southern Bap. Theo. Sem., Box 1080, 

Louisville 40280, 896-0159, 583-3951 
GARDNER, Gary M., Route 2, Munfordville 42765, 524-3316, 862- 

3287 
GATLIN, Alan Douglas, P.O. Box 155, Morton's Gap 42440, 258- 

5297, 258-5124 
GATTERDAM, Ed L., 9202 Weissinger Court. Louisville 40222, 502/ 

426-8393, 426-1650 
GAYHEART, Damon D., Box 361, Allen41601, 874-2606.874-9128 
GEARY, James Dwight, Route 1, Rockport 42369, 274-3936 
GENT. Herman T.. Route 1. B-359. Middlesboro 40965. 248-5902, 

248-3300 
GENTRY, Dale J., 6301 Oak Valley Drive, Louisville 40214, 447- 

5981, 637-7717 
GEORGE, Dennis M., 644 Maple, Lebanon 40033, 502/692-6654, 

692-6115 
GEURIN, Joe D. Jr., Route5, Box 400, Murray 42071, 502/436-5653, 

753-3041 
GIBBONS. Jackie, Route 4, Box 37, Albany 42602, 387-5017 
GIBBONS, Michael L., 9611 W. Hwy. 42 Goshen 40026. 502/228- 

3601 
GIBSON, Gary F., 4006 Peachtree, Louisville 40215 
GIBSON. Gerald L., Route 1 . Box 61 A, Uniontown 42461 , 822-91 15 
GIBSON. Russell K., 7504 Winesap Way, Louisville 40228. 502/239- 

2511, 969-1332 
GILBERT, Gerald L., 426 Allen Drive, Vine Grove 40175, 502/877- 

5094, 422-4455 
GILBERT, Larry W., 636 Country Club Lane. Hopkinsville 42240 
GILLAND. Lisa M.. 2218 Amboy Drive, Louisville 40216, 502/448- 

4027, 636-5058 
GILLESPIE, Vicky L, 2407 Roddy Road, Louisville 40216, 448-6951 
GILLIS, Teddy O., 202 Caney Fork Road, Bardstown 40004, 

502/348-6578, 348-5931 
GLISKER, Barry A., 1514 Corom Drive, Madisonville 42431, 

502/821-8169,821-5141 
GOAD, Tommy N., Route 8. Box 98, Scottsville 42164, 622-2311 
GOBLE, Kelly M., Box 132, Inez 41224, 298-3033. 395-5361 
GOBLE. Pamela S, P.O. Box 52. Prestonsburg 41653, 606/886- 

3119, 886-8404, 874-2172 
GODBEY, Tom, Route 3. Box98-A. Catlettsburg 41129. 324-6724 
GOINS. Thomas A.. 9826 Grenfell Way. Louisville 40222. 502/425- 

2440. 426-2000 Ext. 312 
GOLDEN, Leonard T., 402 East Main, Box 341, Lynch 40855, 848- 

2388, 589-2331 
GOLDEY. William H., 866 Lamont Lane. Henderson 42420. 827- 

3622. 827-2561 
GOODIN. Kim. P.O.Box 246. Columbia 42728. 502/384-3252 
GOODLETT. Michael K.. Route 1. Box 208. Mt. Eden 40046, 

502/738-5181, 845-2348 
GOODMAN. Adrian. General Delivery. East View 42732, 862-3993 
GOODMAN, Anthony, General Delivery, East View, 42732, 862- 

3593 
GORDON, Dwight. Route 2. Hustonville 40437. 346-5641 . 346-5922 
GORDON. James W.. Route 4. Stanford 40484. 606/346-2704. 346- 

5641 
GORDON. Roy T.. Route 5. Box 270, Shelbyville 40065, 633-2558, 

633-4929 
GORNET, Mary P., 59 Hallsdale Drive, Louisville 40220, 491-0233 
GORRELL. E. Howard. Box 33. Auburn 42206, 502/542-6312. 542- 

4181 
GOSNEY. Donna J.. 2147 Memorial Parkway. Ft. Thomas 41075. 

606/781-2753. 572-5379 
GOSSETT, Roger B., 5110 Beechwood Drive. Somerset 42501. 

606/561-6428. 679-4361 
GRAHAM. Tony. 119 Edgewood, Bardstown 40004. 502/348-4351 . 

348-921 1 



GRAY. Barry L.. G-49. Richmond East Apts.. Richmond 40475. 606/ 

624-0244 
GRAY. Robby. 4546 South 3rd Street. Louisville 40214. 366-1774 
GREATHOUSE, Frank R., Route 2, Box 1500. Lewisport 42351. 

502/295-3393, 683-1561 
GREEN, Donald P., P.O.Box 782. Mayfield 42066. 247-6037. 247- 

6445 
GREENE. James Bert. Box 36. Olive Hill 41 164. 606/286-4921 , 286- 

2481 
GREENE, Steven Lloyd, P.O.Box B, London 40741 , 606/878-0754, 

878-0861 
GREFER,Thomas J., 65 Geiger Avenue, Bellevue 41073. 491-3219. 

261-8655 
GREGG, Lonnie A.. 419 Monument St., Falmouth 41040, 654-8312, 

654-3385 
GREIN. William A.. 2482 Queen City Avenue #4. Cincinnati. OH 

45238 

45238. 481-1416 
GREY. Don L.. 6632 Riverbirch Drive, Crestwood 40014, 241-7815 
GRIBBINS, Jerry G., Route 2, Lebanon 40033, 692-6849, 337-2121 
GRIEME. William J.. 3403 Apple Tree Lane. Erlanger 41018. 861- 

2330 
GRIFFEY. Ransom N.. 100 Park Avenue. Benham 40807. 606/848- 

2329. 848-3409 
GRIFFIN. Charles D, 2395 Allen Drive, Lexington 40505, 299-1 336. 

254-2378 
GRIFFIN. Danny. 310 E. Chester. Middlesboro 40965. 248-4547, 

248-1845 
GRIFFITH, Michael R., 662 Oak Street, Madisonville 42431, 

502/821-0445, 821-5242 
GRIGGS, Glenn. Route 2. Box 433, Hopkinsville 42240, 886-6291 
GROSS, Darrell P., 1501 Hargis Lane, Jackson 41339, 666-2555. 

666-2476 
GRUBBS. Thomas, Route 4, 420 Wilton Circle, Paducah 42001, 

898-8017, 444-6311 
GUPTON, George E., 1050 Legion Park Road, Greensburg 42743, 

932-4253, 932-4200 
GUPTON, Lawrence, PC. Box 219. Greensburg 42743. 502/932- 

7830 
GUTHRIE. Gilliam F.. PC Box 45. Mayfield 42066, 502/ 

247-0170, 247-0049 
O'BANION, Cornelius. Jr., 410 Arlington Avenue, Frankfort 40601 , 

502/223-5265 
O'BRIEN. James E.. 10117 Rolling Stone Drive. Louisville 40229, 

502/964-2128, 361-1371 
O'BRIEN. Julius D., 604 Jackson Street, Elizabethtown 42701, 

737-4837, 351-3167 
O'CULL, John D, 202-3 Country Acres, Louisville 40218, 502/499- 

0986 
HAAS, Tom V., 10 Rosa Place, Cold Spring 41076, 441-9570. 261- 

2035 
HACKER, Rueben G , Route 1, Box 67B. Oneida 40972, 847-4657 
HACKER. Samuel G,, 816 Sunglow, Villa Hills 41017 
HACKETT, Wilbur L, Sr,, 1472 Olive Street, Louisville 40210,502/ 

772-0493, 452-4109 
HADDIX, Daniel E., Picnic Hill, Jackson 41339, 666-4093, 666- 

8881 
HAFLEY, Joseph E.. 498 Mockingbird Hill, Harrodsburg 40330, 

606/734-7780, 734-3331 

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Board Minutes Continued from Page Two 

Whaylon Coleman, that district tournament officials shall 
be assigned within the region in which they reside and 
regional tournament officials being assigned outside the 
region in which they reside. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

The next meeting of the Board of Control will be held at 
the Executive Inn-East, Louisville, on January 22, 1982, at 
9:00 A.M. 

Charles Black moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that 
all bills of the Association for the period beginning 
October 1, 1981, and ending October 20, 1981, be 
approved. The motion carried unanimously. 

There being no further business Alvis Johnson moved, 
seconded by Eldon Davidson, that the meeting be 
adjorned. The motion passed unanimously. 



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(Left to RIglil) Front Row: K. Malnea. G. Fangman. B. Burkarl, J. Abner, D. Sprltzky, R. Fangman. Second Row: B. Fennell. T. Bukett, 
J. Bankemper. B. Carr, M. Dunn. B. KIsker. Third Row: T. Ralsbeck. M. Owens. R. Paoluccl. S. Planeaui, M. Aebly, J. Smith, P. Whaley. 
Fourth Row: T. Groeschen. D. Fischer, T. Dougherty, J. Dapper, D. Tehan, G. Grels, T. Berth, T. Belting. Flllh Row: W. Edwards, M. DIM, 
T. Sprltzky, D. Emmett, B. Boriterman, T. Rlxon. Sixth Row: L. Murrary, M. Cottlngham, C. Sensel. M. Wlldhaber, B. Mallery, S. 
Waldenmeyer, K. Smith, T. New, T. DIedenholer. Seventh Row: M. DIerIg, D. Moeller, T. Abner, M. Bernard, H. Johnson, K. Hensley. G. 
Herrmann, M. Wenstrup, C. Davidson. Eighth Row: C. Herzog. W. Kelly, A. Braun, D. Stickling, S. Rath, A. Campbell, B, Gerdlng, J. 
Ulbrlcht. T. Downard, Ninth How: S. Rath. J. Roden. S. Conley. D. Losey. D. Glllum. B. Mennetee. J. Eisner. P Braun, M. Thompson. B. 
Walz, A. Hudepohl. Absent: C. Lang, M. Spencer. 



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Highlands 20 Campbell County 22 



Highlands 7 Franklin-Simpson 

Highlands Dayton 32 

Highlands 6 Covington Catholic 14 

Highlands 27 Newport Catholic 7 

Highlands 25 Boone County 



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; 14 Lincoln County 

i 31 Russell 14 

i 40 Elizabethtown 24 



Member Of National Federation of State High School Associations 



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KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



JANUARY 1982 



ELIZABETHTOWN — CLASS AAA RUNNER-UP 




(Left to Right) Front Row: J. Lenz, J. Wise, K. Howard, S. Grant, P. LItsey, S. Powell, J. TInsely, K. Rush, J. 
Allen, P. Simon, J. MIndock, Second Row: K. Brothers, B. Smith, A. Cox, S. RIney, D. Haire, J. Epperson, B. 
Ransdell, J. Wlllmoth, J. Davis, B. Hall, Coach VInce Hancock, Third Row: Coach Ron Myers, M. Hart, C. 
Perderson, M. King, J. Holman, L. Fuller, D. VanZant, D. Pearman, J. Seagrove, B. Withers, K. Clark, S. 
DuPlessIs, B. Evans, D. Reynolds, Coach J. Baird, Coach D. Owen, Short Row Third from bottom: S. 
Sklllman, M. Carroll, J. Brown, S. Hart, P. Hartlage, R. Mann, C. Seaton, J. Humpherys, Back Row: Coach G. 
Lynch, M. Smobt, E. Durnll, B. Reeser, G. McLane, J. RImey, J.J. French, B. Jenkins, T. Phillips, d. Withers, 
J. Bradley, R. Bevlns. 



FRANKLIN-SIMPSON — CLASS AAA, REGION I WINNER 









(Taken from Roster) T. BaIrd, M. Metcalf, S. Pedlgo, S. Stoll, M. Mulllns, K. Lunsford, S. Savage, B. Payne, 
J. Phillips, W. Stewart, P. Fllppin, T. Bellamy, R. Spencer, G. Anderson, G. Gibson, C. Alford, H. Smith, J. 
Hopson, S. Jones, D. Young, M. Bell, R. Humphrey, J. Searcy, N. Downey, J. Maxwell, J. Hughes, J. Neal, J. 
Gentry, M. Dobbs, J. Stone, T. McKlnnery, T. Jones, M. Reld, M. Brandford, D. Uhls, K. Perry, J. Lee, T. 
Barnett, D. Vaughn, T. Hamilton, D. Johnson, A. Williams, D. Perdue, W. McKlnney, F. Newland, D. King, G. 
Smith, J. Williams, M. Hall, T. Gohn, F. Pritle, Coach J. Mathews, Ass't Coaches 
B. Johnson, W. Heath, J. Thurmond, S. Hods. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIV — NO. 6 



JANUARY 1982 



$2.00 Per Year 



1981-82 NATIONAL FEDERATION BASKETBALL 

EARLY SEASON QUESTIONS 



PUBLISHER'S NOTE: These interpretations of the 
1981-82 National Federation Basketball Rules do 
not set aside nor modify any rule. They are made 



and published by the National Federation of State 
High School Associations in response to situations 
presented. 

Brice B. Durbin, 
National Federation Publications 



13. 

PLAY:B1 fouls A1 with 9 seconds remaining in a tied 
game. Team A is in the bonus. The foul is Bl's 5th 
personal. B1 is disqualified and the coach notified. 
B6 apparently reports to the scorer within the 30 
seconds and is beckoned to enter. A1 makes the 1 st 
attempt but misses the bonus. B1 secures the 
rebound, takes the ball downcourt and scores a field 
goal just before time expires. The scorer then 
indicates that the coach of Team A wants a 
conference to consider a correctable error. The 
coach asks the official to determine whether B6 
reported properly. The coach contends a technical 
should have been charged and that a merited free 
throw was not awarded. The scorer, who had not 
notified the official that B6 failed to report, now 
states B6 did not report properly. 
RULING: This is not a correctable error as covered 
under the provisions of rule 2-1 0. Team A is charged 
with a time-out. If an error had been made which is 
correctable, the time limit would not have expired. 
However, no correctable error was made at the time 
B6 entered. B6 was not charged with a technical foul 
for failing to report properly. Had a technical foul 
been assessed but not enforced, it would have been 
correctable. A substitute must specifically report to 
the scorer even though it may be obvious who he or 
she is replacing. (3-3;10-8-1) 

14. 

B1 fouls A1 . The scorer indicates it is Team B's 5th 
personal foul in the 1st half. While Al's attempt is in 
the air, B2 commits a common foul on A2. It is B2's 
5th personal foul. B2 is replaced by B6. The attempt 
by A1 was unsuccessful. At this point, the scorer 
notifies the nearer official that A1 should not have 
been given a free throw as Team B had only 4 
personal fouls at that point. 

RULING: The error of awarding A1 a free throw is 
correctable. However, since no free throw was 
scored, there is nothing to cancel regarding Al's 
attempt. B2's common foul and penalty which 
occurred during Al's unmerited free throw is 
cancelled. B2 is allowed to reenter the game. Team 
A is awarded the ball out-of-bounds nearest the spot 
of the original foul by B1. (2-10-2) 

15. 

PLAY: A1 jumps to throw the ball. B1 prevents the 

throw by placing one or both hands firmly on the 



ball so that; (a) A1; or (b) A1 and B1 both return to 
the floor holding it. 

RULING: Held ball in both (a) and (b). However, if 
A1 voluntarily drops the ball before returning to the 
floor, and A1 then touches the ball before it is 
touched by another player, A1 has committed a 
traveling violation. (4-27-4 Ques. 3) 

16. 

PLAY: A1 is disqualified with 5 fouls. A6 reports and 
replaces A1. Team A asks for and is granted a time- 
out. During the time-out, A7 replaces A6. 
RULING: Legal procedure. The incoming substitute 
is not required to remain in the game a certain 
length of time, nor is it required that the ball must 
become alive or the clock must run before such 
incoming substitute is replaced. However, A1 may 
not reenter until the next opportunity for 
substitution after the clock has started. (3-3) 

17. 

PLAY: A1 dribbles the ball into Team A's frontcourt, 
however, the ball is taken away by B1. B1 dribbles 
the length of the court and attempts a layup. The ball 
does not go in the basket. The momentum of 81 
carries him or her out-of-bounds. B1 recovers, 
comes back inbounds, grabs the rebound and puts 
it through the basket. 

RULING: Two points for B1. The fact that B1 went 
out-of-bounds as a result of playing action does not 
prevent B1 from coming back inbounds, securing 
the rebound and scoring. The ball was not in Bl's 
control during the time B1 was out-of-bounds. (7-1- 
1;1 0-6-8) 

18. 

PLAY: A technical foul is charged to B1 . The captain 
of Team A indicates to the official that A1 will 
attempt the free throw. Team A then requests and is 
granted a time-out. Following the time-out, the 
Captain indicates to the official that A2 will attempt 
the free throw. 

RULING: A2 should be allowed to shoot the free 
throw. The fact that Team A changed their mind is 
not confusing nor does it create an advantageous 
situation for Team A. (10-10 Penalty) 



79. 
PLAY: A1 is holding the ball in Teams A's frontcourt 



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JANUARY, 1982 VOL. XLIV — NO. 6 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
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near the division line. B1 is between A1 and A2. (a) 
A1 tosses the ball into the backcourt with 
considerable reverse spin. The ball touches the 
floor in the backcourt and rebounds to A2 in the 
frontcourt; or (b) A1 bounces the ball off the leg of 
an official who is in the backcourt and it rebounds to 
A2 in the frontcourt. 

RULING: Violation In both (a) and (b). A2 was the 
first to touch the ball which a teammate caused to go 
from frontcourt to backcourt and the teammate was 
last to touch the ball before it went into the 
backcourt. It is a violation whether the touching by 
A2 is in the backcourt or the frontcourt. (9-9) 

20. 

PLAY: A1 , is Team A's frontcourt, passes the ball to 

A2 who taps the ball so it strikes the floor on the 

division line and rolls into Team A's frontcourt 

where A3 touches it. 

RULING: Regardless of whether the first touching 

is in the backcourt or the frontcourt, it is a violation. 

(9-9) 

21. 

PLAY: When does a disqualified player officially 
become a part of the "bench personnel" provision 
which dictates an automatic 2 shots for a technical 
foul? 

RULING: A player becomes a disqualified player 
and under the influence of the "bench personnel" 
rule as soon as the official notifies the coach that the 
player has been disqualified. Obviously, a 2-shot 
penalty could be invoked prior to that time if 
warranted, but after notification it is automatic. (10- 
10 Penalty) 



22. 

PLAY: A1 is handed the ball fora throw-in following 
a 3-second violation. May either: (a) Team B; or (b) 
Team A be granted a time-out after the throw-in 
starts? 

RULING: Once a throw-In starts (the official begins 
the count) it is too late, in (a) for Team B to be 
granted a time-out. In (b). Team A may have a time- 
out request granted until the count of 4 is reached 
by the official or until the ball is in flight on the 
throw-in by A1. (4-6-1) 

23. 

PLAY: Team A begins the game with 5 players and 3 
substitutes. Early in the 3rd quarter, 3 Team A 
players have fouled out. Thereafter, A1 is injured 
and the coach is beckoned onto the court to 
determine the extent of the injury. After 3 minutes, 
the coach decides that A1 cannot continue. A1 goes 
to the bench. 

RULING: Since there is no replacement available for 
A1, no time-outs are charged for the 3 minutes 
consumed in determining the extent of the injury to 
A1 . If A1 had remained in the game, the 3 time-outs 
would have to be charged to Team A. A1 may later 
come back into the game as is possible with any 
player who leaves because of injury. (3-1;5-9) 

COMMENT: Team A has complied with the 
exception that prevents charging a team with a time- 
out(s) if the injured player leaves the game. The fact 
that a replacementisnotavailabledoes not alter this 
exception. The safety of players is of prime concern 
and this is supported by allowing the players 
removal even though no replacement is available. 

24. 

PLAY: A1 attempts a shot at his own basket from 
approximately 20 feet out. As soon as the ball is 
released on the try, B1 vibrates the backboard. The 
vibrating of the board doesnot appear in any way to 
interfere with the try. Should this be a technical 
foul? 

RULING: Yes. Whenever the conditions of a try in 
flight have been met and the board is vibrated, a 
technical foul must be called. It makes no difference 
whether or not it appears that the vibrating will 
influence the success of the try. (10-6-7) 

25. 

PLAY: Five seconds remain to be played near the 
end of the 2nd quarter. Team A is ahead by 1 point 
and is shooting a free throw. The free throw is 
missed and both Team A and Team B members have 
instructions from their coaches not to touch the ball. 
The ball bounces from the rim to the floor and rolls 
to a stop with no players of either team attempting to 
gain possession. 

RULING: The official will wait momentarily for a 
player of either team to gain possession of the ball. 
However, if no one does this, the official will blow 
the whistle and signal a jump ball at the nearest 
jumping circle. Since the clock does not start after a 
missed free throw until the ball Is touched by a 
player, the jump ball will be administered with 5 
seconds still remaining on the clock. (5-10-2;6-3-5) 



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26. 

PLAY: Team B has already been warned for lack of 
sufficient action during the 4th period. In the 1st 
overtime period, with the score tied, Team A has 3 
players in its midcourt area. B1 is continuously and 
aggressively attempting to get the ball from A1 and 
A2, as it is thrown back and forth from one to 
another. 82 is also in the midcourt area but makes 
no attempt to either cut off passing lanes or to 
initiate any other type of legitimate defense. A1 and 
A2 continue to pass the ball back and forth to each 
other and 61 rushes from one to the other. 
RULING: At the end of 5 seconds, a technical foul 
would be charged to Team B for failing to comply 
after having been warned for lack of action. B2 must 
be positioned and react in such a way that either 
passing lanes are being cut off or legitimate defense 
is being played, otherwise a technical foul must be 
charged to Team B. (10-2-3) 



27. 

PLAY: B1 is occupying the 5th lane space during a 
free throw attempt by A1 . Is this considered to be an 
unmarked space and what are the restrictions? 
RULING: The 5th space is an unmarked lane space. 
A player occupying it may not break the plane or 
leave the space until the ball touches the ring, 
backboard or until the free throw ends. In addition, 
it is perfectly legal to be positioned in that space 
even though the imaginary free throw line extended 
actually would be directly under such player. (9-1-8) 

From the Commissioner's Office 



INFORMATION 

STATE HIGH SCHOOL 

BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS 

(Boys and Girls) 

The 1982 Kentucky High School Girls' and Boys' 
Basketball Tournaments will be held at Alumni 
Coliseum, Richmond, Ky., on March 17-20, 1982, 
and Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky., on March 24-27, 
1982, respectively. The first session of the 
tournament is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon. 

The prices of tickets per set (8 sessions) for the 
girls' tournament are as follows: side chair seats are 
$44.00; all bleacher seats are $36.00. Only complete 
sets of tickets may be ordered by mail. Yourcertified 
check or money order should be made payable to 
"State Tournament Ticket Sales-Girls." Mail orders 
will be accepted on or after December 1, 1981. 
Tickets for individual sessions may be purchased at 
the tournament site any time during the tournament. 
All mail orders must include a remittance of $1.00 
for postage and insurance. 

On or after December 1, 1981, K.H.S. Boys' State 
Tournament, P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, KY 40522, 
will accept mail orders for complete sets of tickets 
for the tournament. 

The prices of tickets per set (8 sessions) for the 
boys' tournament are as follows: Lower Arena seats, 
$44.00; Upper Arena, $36.00. Each order must 
include a remittance of $1.00 for postage and 



insurance on the tickets, and yourcertified check or 
money order should be made payable to K.H.S. 
Boys' State Tournament. Orders for individual 
session tickets will be accepted during the January 
1 - February 16 period, and should not be included 
with orders for complete sets of tickets mailed prior 
to that time. Tickets available for individual sessions 
will be $5.50 per session for Lower Arena Seats and 
$4.50 per session for Upper Arena Seats. An over- 
the-counter sale will begin at Rupp Arena, 
Lexington, on January 4 and continue through the 
tournament. 



ATTENTION — UMPIRES 

The regular meetings of the Bluegrass Umpires 
Association will be held at Transylvania Campus, 
McAlister Auditorium Gymnasium, on February 15, 
February 22 at 7:30 p.m.; March 8, March 15, 7:00 
p.m.; April 5, April 19, 7:00 p.m.; May 3, 7:00 p.m. 

All of those persons who are interested in 
umpiring in Central Kentucky are urged to attend. 



K.H.S.A.A. Football Films Available 

Films of the final games of the 1 980 Classes A, AA, 
AAA and AAAA Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Football Playoffs are now available by 
getting in touch with Mrs. Monroe, Film Library, 
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky 
40506. Phone number 258-2828. A small fee is 
charged to take care of the postage. 

The films were taken for the benefit of coaches, 
officials, players and fans and to promote emphasis 
on high school football. 

FILMS 

The films listed below are in the Film Library of the 
University of Kentucky's College of Education. The 
code letters "e,j,s,c,a" refer to elementary, junior 
high, senior high, college and adult audiences who 
may enjoy the particular film listed. The rental 
prices shown do not apply to schools which use one 
of the special subscription service plans offered by 
the Bureau of Audio-Visual Material. 

Basketball 

BASKETBALL FUNDAMENTALS— INDIVIDUAL 
TECHNIQUES, j-s-c-a, 1% reels, $2.50. 

Branch McCracken, Indiana University basketball 
coach, used his team to demonstrate the 
fundamentals of basketball. Slow motion 
photography is used to break the various court 
techniques down into easily grasped essentials. 
BASKETBALL KENTUCKY STYLE, j-s-c-a, 2 reels, 
$3.00 (in state), $5.00 (out of state) 

This is the revised edition of the film "basketball 
by Rupp," prepared under the personal direction of 
Mr. Rupp especially for coaching use. 
BASKETBALL TECHNIQUES FOR GIRLS, j-s-c-a, 
1 reel, $2.00 

Basic movement skills (running, starting, 
stopping, turning) passing (finger control, 
movement with the pass, leading the receiver, 
choice of the right pass), catching (side pass, high 



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pass), shooting (finger control, arm extension, wrist 

flip, choice of the right shot), dribbling, taking and 

pivoting are demonstrated and explained in this 

film. 

BASKETBALL TODAY, e-j-s-c-a, 3 reels (33 min.), 

color, $1.00 

This film differentiates between goal tending 
and basket interference. Why can't there be goal 
tending during a free throw? It takes all other 
questionable situations and simplifies them for the 
fans, players, coaches and officials in this new film. 
RUPP'S PARADE TO THE NATIONAL 
CHAMPIONSHIP of 1958, j-s-c-a, 4 reels. $4.50 

This film presents the highlights of all the games, 
both regular season and tournament games, which 
led up to the U of K's Wildcats winning the NCAA 
basketball crown. 
SHOOTING IN BASKETBALL, j-s-c-a, 1 reel, $2.00 

Concentrating on the set shots, this film pictures 
the action of the throw, stance, aim, trajectory, and 
fingertip control. Special attention is given total 
body coordination, especially inward rotation of the 
hand and arm making the throw. 
WINNING WAYS, 16mm (28 min.) color (or black 
and white) 

The film is designed to provide the viewer with a 
better understanding of the rules and a finer 
appreciation of basketball played at the 
interscholastic and tntercollegiate level. Through 
the use of slow motion photography, stop action 
and instant replay, colorful and informative play 
situations are demonstrated by both boys' and 
girls' teams to illustrate the guidelines used by 
officials in making those tough judgment decisions 
that constantly occur in basketball. 

Wrestling 

WRESTLING OFFICIATING ILLUSTRATED, j-s-c- 
a, 2 reels, color $1.00 

Interpretations given in Wrestling Officiating 
Illustrated have been made by the National 
Federation members of the Joint Rules Committee. 
The film covers takedowns, reversals, escapes, 
leaving the mat, stalling, scoring and illegal holds 
such as body slam, bar slam, full nelson and chicken 
wing. Guidelines for officiating and interpreting the 
rules are provided. In all there are sixty separate 
scenes of wrestling. This film will provide the much 
needed guidance and proper interpretations for 
interscholastic competition. 
WRESTLING TODAY, 16mm, (17 min.), color 

This film displays the starting position on the mat, 
for the defensive and offencsive man and also the 
referee's position. Also when control is gained, 
takedown, when control is lost or the escape, when 
control change is reversed. The near fall and 
pinning situations from a takedown standpoint, 
stalling tactics in neutral positions. 

This is a brief synopsis of the pertinent areas of 
rules code illustrated in this color film. The movie 
was produced by the National Federation of State 
High School Associations. 



INFORMATION 
1982 SWIMMING MEETS 

The events for the State Swimming Meet for 1982 



will be the same as those listed in the K.H.S.A.A. 
Constitution and By-Laws, Swimming Regulations, 
on pages 51-52. 

NOTE: There will be a cutoff time for the 500 
Freestyle for the regional meets. Boys - 6 minutes, 
30 seconds; Girls - 7 minutes. 

The dates of the State Meet will be February 26- 
27, 1982 and the site will be Eastern Kentucky 
University, Richmond, Kentucky. Tim Cahill will 
manage the meet. The girls and boys meets will be 
run together. The starting time for WARM-UPS 
BEING 8:00 a.m., February 26. 

The schools are divided in the following regions: 

Louisville Region: Girls — Assumption, Atherton, 
Ballard, Central, Eastern, Kentucky Country Day, 
Kentucky School for the Blind, Male, Pleasure 
Ridge Park, Oldham County, Shawnee, Sacred 
Heart, Boys — Atherton, Ballard, Central, Eastern, 
Kentucky Country Day, Kentucky School for the 
Blind, Pleasure Ridge Park, St. Xavier, Shawnee, 
Seneca, Trinity, Male, Walden. 

Western Kentucky Region: Girls — Apollo, 
Bowling Green, Daviess County, Elizabethtown, 
Fort Campbell, Fort Knox, Henderson County, 
Greenville, Hopkinsville, Murray, Madisonville-N. 
Hopkins, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Boys — 
Apollo, Bowling Green, Daviess County, Greenville, 
Elizabethtown, Fort Campbell, Fort Knox, 
Henderson County, Hopkinsville, Madisonville-N. 
Hopkins, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic. 

Central Kentucky Region: Girls — Bryan Station, 
Danville, Fleming County, Franklin County. Henry 
Clay, Jessamine County, Kentucky School for the 
Deaf, Knott County Central, Lafayette, Lexington 
Catholic, McCreary Central, Model, Monticello, 
Oneida Baptist, Paul Blazer, Pikeville, Russell, Scott 
County, Tates Creek, Woodford County, Western 
Hills, Boys — Bryan Station, Danville, Fleming 
County, Franklin County, Henry Clay, Jessamine 
County, Kentucky School for the Deaf, Knott 
County Central, Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, 
Model, McCreary Central, Oneida Baptist, Paul 
Blazer, Pikeville, Russell, Scott County, Tates 
Creek, Western Hills, Woodford County. 

Northern Kentucky Region: Girls — Bellevue, 
Beechwood, Campbell County, Conner, Dixie 
Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, 
Notre Dame, Scott, Simon Kenton, Villa Madonna, 
Boys — Beechwood, Campbell County, Conner, 
Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, Dixie 
Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, 
Newport Catholic, Scott, Simon Kenton. 

1982 WRESTLING INFORMATION 

The State Wrestling Tournament will be held at 
Atherton High School, Louisville, on February 19- 
20, 1982. Orville Williams and Gene Minton will 
manage the State Tournament. 

The district and regional tournament will be held 
on February 5-6 and February 12-13 respectively. 

The district, region, name of the manager and the 
schools assigned to district are listed below. If your 
school plans to enter a team and is not listed in any 
district, will you please contact this office or the 
district manager nearest you. 

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RUSSELL — CLASS AAA, REGION IV WINNER 




(Taken From Roster) B. Lutz, F. Hutchinson, A. Taylor, S. Keeton, M. Croctiot, K. Obiian, A. Cordle. R. Helton, M. RItle, M. Slone, R. Iscn, G. Slone, P. PIntell, T. 
Hammond, S. Grubb, M. Potter, M. Smitti, M. Salyers, J. Grubb, D. Hulclilnson, G. Wilson, J. Groves, R. Roe, S. Slater, J. Moore, J. Lewis, C. Akers, L. Roark, C. 
Kid, R. Roark, J. D. Metz, T. Burgess, T. Ward. S. Smith, N. Kouns, D. Jolly, J. Holbrook, K. Ferrell, M. HIgglns, J. Harris. M. Todd, T. Thompson. C. Mulllns, T. 
Hencye, M. Calllhan, T. McKee. B. McKee, P. Kelly, R. Stapp. J. Duncan, T. Wllley, L. Chafllns. J. SInnolt. B. Starkey. S. Buckley. Coach Ivan McGlone. 

CALLOWAY COUNTY — CLASS AAA, REGION I, DISTRICT I WINNER 



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(Taken from Roster) R. Usher. T. Brown. K. Allbrltten. D. Darnell. S. Markle, R. Dawson, R. Dowdy, T. Workman, D. Paschal), K. Slarks. J. Garrison, R. Duncan, 
L. Berberlch, R. Tebbells, C. Storey. M. Hayes, K. Kernell, D. Flemmlng, R. Scarborough, T. Barrett, T. Manker, T. Hendon, H. Hounshell, T. Plttman, R. Conoley, 
B. Waters, D. Hargrove, G. Wllterd, M. Duncan, Coach Sam Harp, Ass'l Coaches: J. Orr, D. Simpson. D. Walker, J. Stoneclpher. 



WOODFORD COUNTY — CLASS AAA, REGION II, WINNER 




(t.eft to Right) Front Row J HIgglns F Peters F Baker J Gay C Vocum. J Mickey B Beardon. M Brown P Dunn S Moran B Kemper Second Row: J. 
Miller. J. Raider D Neal M Wallace B Dolson G Brown C Moore B Hurt D Emerson A Walters D Lunslord W Tupts D Goode Coach Dan Casslty. Third 
Row: J. Crab, Mgr.. B. Spaulding, T. Tipton. S. Parsons. K. Henslnger. B. Hullman. T. vanHoose, R. McClees. J. Blair. C. Southworth. J. Floyd. D. Bunch, B. HIM, 
(Alh. Olr.), J. Savage, Coach C. Bounnell, Fourth Row: Coach Stan Watts, Coach D. Ward, B. Gravew, B. Gravl. K. Bullln, T. Thornton, P. LIpperl, G. Volpert. M. 
Moore. S. Sutherland. B. Padgett. E. Richardson. D. Griffin. 



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(Continued irom page four) 



Fern Creek Region - Coach Charles Anderson, 
Eastern High School, Louisville and Athletic 
Director Dick Lombard, Jeffersontown High 
School, Jeffersontown 

Waggener District (Mgr., Athletic Director John 
Neals, Waggener High School, Louisville) Ballard, 
Eastern, Fern Creek, Central, duPont Manual, 
Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day, Waggener 

Western District (Mgr., Coach Maurice Pieper, 
Western High School, Louisville) Butler, Doss, 
Fairdale, Pleasure Ridge Park, Shawnee, Valley, 
Western 

Northern Kentucky Region - Coach Wayne 
Badida, Conner High School, Hebron 

Boone County District (Mgr., Coach Bob 
Warnick, Boone County High School, Florence) 
Boone County, Campbell County, Conner, Holmes, 
Dixie Height, Lloyd Memorial, Newport Catholic, 
Scott, Simon Kenton 

Kentucky School for the Blind District (Mgr. 
Coach Larry Mann, Kentucky School f/t Blind, 
Louisville) Athlerton, Kentucky School f/t Blind, 
Male, Moore, St. Xavier, Seneca, Trinity 

Union County Region - Coach Mike Thomas, 
Union County High School. Morgantown 

Fort Campbell District (Mgr. Coach Kenneth 
Parrent, Fort Campbell High School, Fort 
Campbell) Caldwell County, Christian County, Fort 
Campbell, Hopkinsville, Paducah Tilghman, Trigg 
County, Union County, Webster County 

North Hardin District (Mgr. Coach Paul 
Underdonk, North Hardin High School, Radcliff) 
East Hardin, Fort Knox, North Hardin, West Hardin 

Lexington Region - Coach Norman Powell, Henry 
Clay High School, Lexingon 

Frankfort District (Mgr. Coach Raymond Webb, 
Frankfort High School, Frankfort) Boyle County, 
Danville, Frankfort, Franklin County, Jessamine 
County, Oldham County, Western Hills, Woodford 
County 

State Tournament - Mgrs., Eugene Mmton/Orville 
Williams, Atherton High School 3000 Dundee Road, 
Louisville, KY 40505. 



TRACK CLINICS 

The dates for the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association Track and Field Rules Clinics for 
coaches and officials are as follows: 

February 5, 1982 (Friday) 4:00 p.m. - Kentucky 
Fair and Exposition Center, Meeting Room C 
(upstairs), Louisville, Kentucky. 

March 31, 1982 (Wednesday) 7:00 p.m. - 
K.H.S.A.A. Office, Lexington, Kentucky. 



INFORMATION 
1982 GYMNASTICS MEETS 

The events for the State Gymnastics Meets for 



1982 will be the same as those listed in the 
K.H.S.A.A. Constitution and By-Laws, Gymnastics 
Regulations, on pages 46-47. 

The dates of the State Meet will be February 20, 
1982, and the site will be the Alumni Coliseum, 
Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky. 
The managers will be Alane Mills for the girls and 
Jim Nance for the boys. The starting time for warm- 
ups for both boys and girls will be 8:00 a.m. 

The regional sites are Paris High School with 
Manager Art Sciubba and Kentucky Country Day 
School with Manager Debby Howell. 

The girls schools are divided into the following 
regions: 

Louisville Region: Angela Merici, Henderson 
County, Kentucky Country Day, Marion County, 
Presentation, Sacred Heart, Oldham County, Mercy 
Academy, University Heights. 

Paris Region: Bryan Station, Franklin County, 
Gallatin County, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Paris, Lewis 
County, Pendleton County, Silver Grove, Tates 
Creek, Woodford County, Knott County Central, 
Western Hills. 

Boys' schools — Bryan Station, Campbellsville, 
Franklin County, Henderson County, Henry Clay, 
Lafayette, Lewis County, Marion County Pendleton 
County, Tates Creek, Trinity, Paris, St. Xavier, Silver 
Grove, Western Hills. 



CLINIC ATTENDANCE 

According to our records the following basketball 
officials have not attended the mandatory KHSAA 
Officials' clinic as required in By-Law 28, Sec. 3, and 
will not be permitted to officiate until they have 

attended a make-up clinic. 



Abell, James H. 
Ackerman, Robert J. 
Ackerman, Tony 
Adams, Wesly 
Akers, Ottis 
Akins, Clyde B. 
Alcorn, Mark 
Allen, Alvis 
Anderkin, Richard 
Armstrong, Roger L. 
Ash, Mikie L. 
Atherton, Debby 
Azwood, Vernoh 
Bailey, James 
Bailey, Jerry 
Baird, Deborah 
Baldwin, Carl E. 
Barker, Jerry 
Bates, James R. 
Bibb, Vernon K. 
Bradley, Phillip 
Brady, Ron 
Branham, Donald R. 
Bridges, Ralph L. 
Brooks, Steve 



Brown, Laine A. 
Bunch, Lawrence O. 
Clemens, Robert L. 
Cole, Terry D. 
Comer, Mark T. 
Copley, Sidney 
Couch, Lester 
Cowens, Gary T. 
Crawford, Leon 
Crick, Marvin S. 
Crittenden, Fred M. 
Crowley, Jimmy 
Cunningham, Bobby R. 
Curlis, Ella M. 
Curtis, Kenneth 
Daniel, Robert 
Darnell, Nick 
Daugherty, L. Robert 
Davis, Brent 
Dierig, Thomas 
Dooley, Terry L. 
Dotson, Scott 
Edwards, Terry Lee 
Evans, Alvin Ray 
Faulk, Terry W. 



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Florence, Joseph 
Fox, Curtis Howard 
Fraley, Charlie L. 
Franklin, John L. 
Frantz, Jerry D. 
Freppon, Tom 
Frey, William R. 
Fuell, William P. 
Gatterdam, Ed. L. 
Gibson, Gerald L. 
Goble, Kelly M. 
Goodin, Kim 
Graham, Tony 
Gray, Barry L. 
Green, Steven L. 
Gibbins, Jerry G. 
Grieme, William J. 
Griffey, Ransom N. 
Griggs, Glenn 
O'Banion, Cornelius 
Haas, Tom V. 
Hafley, Joe E. 
Hale, Sandra T. 
Hall, Bruce E. 
Hamlin, Thurman 
Hartgrove, Joe 
Hauser, Edward 
Haynes, William T. 
Heath, Roger 
Howe, Ronnie 
Inel, Gary E. 
Ibry, P. Mike 
Jack Larry L. 
Jaynes, Tim 
Jennings, Donnie 
Jent, Richard 
Johnson, James 
Johnson, Mike 
Jones, Glen 
Jones, W.P. 
Kearns, Kevin 
Keene, Phillip 
Kelsay, mark 
Kersay, Wm. Andy 
Kidder, Jeff 
Kindred, Mike 
King, Bobby 
King, Lori 
King, Lowell 
Lacer, Albert R. 
Laubheiner, Don 
Lawson, Lonnie 



Leiand, Lonnie 
Lewis, Joe 
Lowden, Forrest 
McCarthy, Alex 
McKenzie, Forrest 
Marcum, H. Allen 
Melton, Paul 
Mickey, Steve 
Miller, Sammy 
Nance, David 
Niles, Lew 
Pandolfi, Thomas 
Pharis, Kevin W. 
Rains, E. Paul 
Rail, Ed. W. 
Roaden, Lonnie 
Sanders, Alan 
Seavers, Joe 
Shadle, Clark 
Sigler, Susie 
Sirls, Brenda 
Sizemore, Austin 
Smith, C. Rod 
Spalding, Joe 
Spalding, Randall 
Sparks, Robert 
Steffers, Kenneth 
Strong, Logan 
Tacket, James 
Tarry, W.R. 
Taylor, Dale 
Taylor, Ed 
Taylor, Jack 
Tipton, Steve 
Trimble, Steve 
Turner, Ronald 
Vance, Hunter 
Voelker, David 
Wallenflesz, David 
Wallin, Charles 
Wasson, Billy Joe 
Wells, Charles 
Whitehead, Chris 
Whitson, Greg 
Whittaker, Wallace 
Whittenmore, Jackie 
Wigginton, Mark E. 
Winchester, Roy 
Whitt, Robert 
Woodruff, William N. 
Woolum, Larry 



According to our records the following basketball 
coaches have not attended the mandatory clinic as 
required in By-Law 28, Sec. 3: 

Bill Bass - Bullitt East 
Lyie Dunbar - Christian County 
Edwin Heiie - Covington Latin 
Kevin OToole - Dixie Heights 
Chas Young - East Carter 
Ed Belcher - Frederick Fraize 
Steve Knight - Greenville 



Wayne Chapman - Hancock County 

Steve Butcher - Mullins 

Charles Minks - Red Bird 

Roger Owen - St. Romuald 

Joe Thompson - Trinity (Louisville) 

Donnie Edge - Trinity Whitesville 



7982 Basketball Officials 

(Continued from December) 

HAGER, Joe M., 507 Happy Ridge Road, Brandenburg, 

40108, 422-3108, 497-4415 
HAIL, Harold J., 102 Maple Street, Mini Oak Sub., Somerset 

42501, 679-5364, 678-5131 
HAINLINE, Charles C, 119 Milestone Drive, Richmond 

40475, 606/623-4779, 623-9736 
HALBERT, Kathy, Box 177, Langley 41645, 606/285-3745, 

285-3346 
HALE, Charles David, General Delivery, Wellington 40387, 

606/763-3474 
HALE, Sandy, Route 3, Box 43, Stanton 40380, 663-5853 
HALL, Bruce E., P.O. Box 517, Virgie 41572, 606/ 639-9002 

631-9460 
HALL, Donald Wayne, P.O. Box 093, Kite 41828, 447-2525, 

447-2522 
HALL, Jack R., P.O. Box 303, Elkhorn City 41522, 754-5752 

754-9098 
H.M.L. Oniciv (:.. Goiicnil DcHvitv. Ill H;ii 116.S6. .'i77- 

2937, 368-2101 
HALL, Richard G., Box 613, Prestonsburg 41653, 606/874- 

2883, 886-3178 
HALL, Ted, Box 1 1 1 , Wayland 41666, 606/358-4213, 886-6885 
HALL, Terry Lee, Box 117, Myra 41549, 639-2743, 639-4404 
HALL, Wendell Keith, Box 172, Freeburn 41528, 606/456- 

3366, 304/426-4411 
HALL, William W., 342 Fourth Street, Paintsville41240, 789- 

8440, 789-8211 
HAMILTON, Paul K., Route 3, Box 436, Pikeville 41501, 432- 

8255 
HAMILTON, Thomas F., 1053-1 Oakgrove Court, 

Independence 41051. 283-1759, 356-3541 
HAMLIN. Thurman J., Route 6, Box 405, London 40741 
HAMM, Gerald, 623 Oaklawn, Bowling Green 42101, 502/ 

781-3773, 843-9989 
HAMM, Ritchie, 1354 Oliver, Bowling Green 42101, 781- 

8070, 745-3253 
HAMMOCK, Don L., 8501 Wooded Glen Court, Louisville 

40220, 502/491-1744, 896-1701 
HAMMONS, Billy R., Route 1, Box 605, Flat Lick 40935, 

606/542-4501 
HAMMONS, George F., Box 283, Barbourville 40906, 606/ 

546-6449, 546-5859 
HAMPTON, Doug, P.O. Box 367, Cynthiana 41031, 606/ 

234-5776, 234-1120 
HANDY, Gene A., Route 6, Box 129, Ashland 41101, 928- 

5641. 928-6832 
HARDIN, Don G., Box 878, Morehead 40351, 784-7698, 845- 

9871 
HARDIN, Phillip Michael, P.O. Box 490, Morehead 40351, 

606/784-8820, 784-7536 
HARGIS. Noel K., Route 1, Box 103A, Somerset 42501, 679- 

6417, 679-1136 
HARGROVE, David L., 101 North 16th St., Murray 42071, 

502 856-3469, 759-4177 
HARKLEROAD, Thomas S., Route 4, Arrowhead Dr., Berea 

40403, 606/986-3025, 623-4750 
HARLOW, Douglas Dale, 144 Cardinal Hill, Bardstown 

40004, 348-9325, 348-3212 
HARNED, Robert Taylor, 216 West Walnut, Leitchfield 

42754, 502/259-3839, 259-5295 
HARPER, James A., 131 Holmes Drive, Paducah 42001, 898- 

3492 



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HARRIS, Tony M., Route 2, Box 175, Flat Gap 41219, 606/ 

265-3237, 297-6666 
HARROD, Ron, 27 Ryswick Lane, Frankfort 40601, 695-1383, 

873-3181 Ext. 194 
HART, Peggy J., 417 McKenna Court, Lexington 40505, 293- 

1696 
HARTGROVE, Joe, 718 Lorene Circle, Mt. Sterling 40353, 

498-5242 
HASKELL, Danny T., 4224 Roselawn Avenue, Batavia, OH 

45103, 513/732-0066, 733-2224 
HASH, Jeffrey, 7008 Honiasant, Louisville 40214, 368- 

7969 
HASTE, Fred, Route 8, Somerset 42501, 561-4178 
HATFIELD, Daniel E., 2825 Lexington Road, #977, 

Louisville 40280, 897-9393 
HATFIELD, Robert M. "Rip", 9102 Split Rail Drive, 

Louisville 40272, 935-1867, 366-5674 
HAUBER, Cheri L., 3110 Gambriel Court, Louisville 40205, 

502/458-9065, 451-8169 
HAUSE, Martin B., P.O. Box 261, Brooksville 41004, 606/ 

735-2988, 735-3553 
HAUSER, Edward, 175 School Street, Barbourville 40906, 

646-6266 
HAWKINS, Anthony, 215 Roosevelt Blvd., Lexington 40508, 

264-0984, 262-1955 
HAWKINS, Donald H., Route 2, Vine Grove, 40175, 602/ 

828-3631, 828-2125 
HAWKINS, Maurice Paul, Route 1, Box 99A, New Haven 

40061, 649-8395, 348-3961 
HAWKINS, Stewart D., Box 122, Chaplin 40012, 602/673- 

3436, 348-3991 
HAWKINS, Thomas L., Sr., 1207 Weible Road, Crestwood 

40014, 502/241-9265 
HAYES, James, 1926 Goldsmith Lane, #78, Louisville 40218, 

461-0231, 452-4906 
HAYNES, Stephen, #9 Western Hills Trailer Park, Bowling 

Green 42101, 781-9039 
HAYNES, William T., 710 Comanche Drive, Henderson 

42420, 502/827-3388, 827-3000 
HAYSLETT, Ms. Leigh 1.. P.O. Box 72, Burgin 40310, 784 

6343 
HEAD, Jack B., 10012 Cave Avenue, Louisville 40229, 966 

8384, 893-0291 
HEATH, Roger D., S.P.O. Box 346, Wilmore 40390, 606/858 

4250 
HEBRON. Dennis, 4403 Newport Road, Louisville 40218 

451-6712, 584-4058 
HECKEL, Charles A., 1047 Franelm Road, Louisville 40214 

368-3842, 566-4382 
HECKEL, Richard D., 1047 Franelm Road, Louisville 40214 

368-3842 
HEILMAN, Glenn, 619 Overton, Newport 41071, 606/581 

0576, 613/651-3800 
HENDERSON, Roger A., 1613 Herr Lane, Louisville 40222 

426-4684, 776-9310 
HENDREN, James W., Route 1, Mackville 40040, 606/375 

4498 
HENRY, Daniel T., 1313 Dayton Avenue, Dayton 41074 

291-8224 
HENRY, Dennis W., 3822 N.W. Parkway, Louisville 40212, 

502/774-3639 
HENRY, Tony A., Route 9, Box 226D, Bowling Green 42101 

843-8786, 842-6134 
HENSON, Don R., Route 1, Smithland 42081, 928-2047, 988 

3263 
HERBST, Robert H., 628 4th Avenue, Dayton 41074, 261 

4578, 721-0647 
HICKEY, Thomas L., 4445 Robards Lane, Louisville 40218, 

602/423-9708. 469-1500 
HICKEY, Thomas R., 3067 Treetop Way, Edgewood 41017 

341-8160, 581-7700 
HICKS, Floyd E., 43 New Uri, Florence 41042, 606/371-6279, 

772-1400 
HICKS, S. Gene, 2100 Highway 63, South, LaGrange 40031 

222-1829, 222-0151 



HICKS, Janet S., 3104 Springfield Drive, Louisville 40214, 

502/935-9011, 447-4495 
HICKS, Kenneth Eugene, 222 Hazel Drive, Florence 41041, 

626-8678, 341-7723 
HICKS, Rick, 2138 Belleview Road, Burlington 41006, 586- 

6290, 371-2470 
HICKS, Robert L., Box 269-C, Baxter 40806, 573-6474, 

837-2117 
HIGDON, Samuel J., Route 2, Fancy Farm 42039, 623-8303, 

247-6730 
HILL, James P., 2338 Carter Road #6, Owensboro 42301, 

926-1376, 684-0448 
HILPP, Gerald L., 5224 Planet Drive, Louisville 40258, 447- 

0412, 778-3311 
HILTON, Billy A., 1 10 Ball Avenue, Springfield 40069, 336- 

7594, 336-3403,336-7739 
HINTON, David Alexander, 508 E. 4th, P.O. Box 170, 

Falmouth 41040, 606/654-8277 
HILTON, Debby J., Box 368, McQuaddy 40153, 766-2704 
HITEN, Mark S., 1113 Pawnee, Apt. 2A, Georgetown 40324, 

863-3434, 863-2734 
HITT, Billy D., Route 5, Box 19, Maysville 41056, 759- 

7707 
HOBBS, C.V. Jr., 627 Westview Drive, Ashland 41101, 324- 

9439, 329-1777 
HOLBROOK, Earl R., General Delivery, White Oak 41474, 

606/743-4135, 743-3706 
HOLBROOK, Gregory L., West Liberty 41472, 784-7002 
HOLLAND, David L., General Delivery, Beech Creek 42323, 

476-8098, 338-1317 
HOLLAND, Jay, Box 142, New Castle, 40060, 846-2394 
HOLLON, James Richard, Route 1, Campton 41301, 606/ 

668-6447, 668-6465 
HOLMES, Eddie R., 208 Nichols Street, Princeton 42445, 

502/366-3312, 365-2722 
HOLMES Lois L., 516!4 South Green, Glasgow 42141, 

602/661-8917, 651-3811 
HOLMES, Dr. Ronald M., 7325 Wesboro Road, Louisville 

40222, 426-1930, 688-6567 
HOLT, Larry K., Route 1, Box 132A, Alvaton 42122, 843- 

3587, 781-4685 
HOLT, Robert E., Route 2, Box 188, Crofton 42217, 269-2577, 

886-5271 
HOLT, Ronald J., 416 Sylvan Terrace, HopkinsviUe 42240, 

502/885-4445, 886-5404 
HOLT, Terrell, 1821 Dolna Drive, Lexington 40505 
HOLT, Timothy E., 1803 Woodfield Road, Louisville 40220, 

491-6178 
HOLTZCLAW, James R., Route 4, Stanford 40484, 606/346- 

2492 
HOPKINS, Douglas M., Box 1062, Harlan 40831, 573-3796, 

573-2730 
HOPPER, John H., W.K.U., Box 216, Col. Heights, Bowling 

Green 42101, 843-1805 
HOPSON, James E.. Route 1, Box918M, Pikeville41501, 531- 

1933, 432-1461 
HORN, Mossie, Box 694, Inez 41224 
HOSTETTER, Nancy, Riverside Christian School, Lost 

Creek 41348 
HOSTETLER, William J., 1833 Traveller Road, Lexington 

40604, 276-4128, 252-7646 
HOUCHENS, Jeffrey N., P.O. Box 82, Mt. Olivet 41064, 724- 

5598, 724-5821 
HOUCHENS, Joe Danny, Route 9, Box 155, Glasgow 42141, 

502/678-2317, 651-8341 
HOUCHENS, Tom M., 220 Chippewa Lane, London 40741, 

606/864-9075, 864-2136 
HOUK, Jackie L., Route 1, Box 101, Glendale 42740, 737- 

8487 
HOURIGAN, Timothy A., 2623 Old Hickory Road, 

Louisville 40299 
HOWARD, Dwight W., Box 224, Livermore 42352, 278-2825, 

684-4287 
HOWARD, James D., Box 197, Loyall 40854, 606/573-4752, 

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HOWARD, Wanda, Route 1 , Box 52, Whitesburg 4 1 858, 633- 

5697, 666-9242 
HOWE, Ronnie W., 203 South Poplar Street, Richmond 

40475, 623-0704, 254-3816 
HOWELL, Barry, Route 2, Prestonsburg 41653, 606/886- 

8113, 886-9667 
HUBBARD, Millard Oscar, Box 81, Manchester 40962, 598- 

6042, 598-3740 
HUDDLESTON, Eddie Ray, P.O. Box 274, Loyall 40854, 

606/573-2516, 573-1175 
HUDSON, Walter Joe, Route 4, Kenmar Road, Paducah 

42001, 502/898-3251 
HUFF, Gary H., 419 Huguelet Drive, # 210, Lexington 40506, 
258-5077, 258-5528 
HUGHES, Brenda L., 500 Ohio Street, #4, Lexington 40508, 

255-9040, 252-1955 
HUGHES, Roy S., Route 6, Box 1204, Hopkinsville 

42240, 886-3563, 885-7414 
HUGHES, Winfred C., Route 3, Box 95, Stanton 40380, 

606/663-4512. 663-4475 
HLILL, Tommy, Pippa Passes, 41844 
HUMMEL, Joseph G., 701 1 Clovernook Avenue, Cincinnati, 

OH 45231, 729-3885, 874-0630 
HUMMEL, Thomas J., 3057 Magnolia Court, Edgewood 

41017, 341-1760, 635-4161 
HUNDLEY, Phinis V., Route 4, Hodgenville 42748, 358- 

9383, 769-5537 
HUNT, Larry R., Route 1, Blue Grass Drive, Mt. Washington 

40047, 502/543-2281 
HUNT, William G., 266 South Highland, Winchester 40391, 

606/744-9215, 744-6000 
HURT, Thomas C. Sr., Box 272 & 122 Hamilton Avenue, 

Lancaster 40444, 792-3067. 792-3018 
HYATT, Robert L. Jr., Box 61, Linden Drive, Lawrenceburg 

40342. 839-4436. 839-7631 
HYLAND. Frank Dixon. P.O. Box 465, 313 Webster Street, 

South Webster, OH 45682. 614/778-3325. 574-6108 
IDOL, Billv JoeSr., 124 Leafwood Road, Middlesboro 40965. 

248-2837. 248-1371 
IMEL. Gary E., RR 4. Ov^-ensboro 42301 
INFANGER. Craig L.. 474 Osprey Court, Lexington 40503, 

278-5971, 257-1871 
IRBY. Mike P.. P.O. Box 133. Burkesville 42717, 502/864- 
3889, 864-3451 
ISAACS. Wayne A., 3536 Brockton Lane, #3, Louisville 40220, 

502/459-7513, 451-6128 
ISGRIGG, Rose Marie, Route 2, Box 440, Cecilia 42724, 
502/862-4944 

ISHAM, Buford, Route 3, Box 219A, Lawrenceburg 40342, 
502/839-3811, 452-4995 
IVES, Rick D., 1640 Sharon Drive, Bowling Green 42101, 843- 

3629 
JACK, Larry L., 5757 Hubbards Branch Road, Huntington, 

WV 25704, 304/429-4305, 453-1371 
JACKSON. Dennis. 1345 North 10th Street, Paducah 42001, 

442-0867, 443-5177 
JACKSON, Robert H., P.O. Box 76, Hitchins 41 146, 606/474- 

9477, 474-9105 
JACKSON. Stephen A., Route 1. Glencoe 41046. 606/643- 

5653. 567-5761 
JAMES. David L.. P.O. Box 553, Centertown 42328, 232-51 15 
JAMES, Janice Kaye, 111 Lloyd Street, Glasgow 42141, 

502/651-2513, 651-2151 
JANSEN, Jean Ann, Route 6, Box 256, Shepherdsville 40165, 

955-6159 
JAYNES, Tim, Route 2, Box 2, Rockholds 40759, 606/549- 

3813 
JEFFERS. Steve. Star Route 2, Box 162. Gray 40734, 528-0729, 

546-5101 
JENKINS, Burney, 1122 Pawnee, Apt 2. Georgetown 40324. 

502/863-3612. 863-3805 
JENKINS, Herbert. Box 7. Loyall 40854, 573-9878, 573-9495 
JENNINGS, Donnie, 106 Lynn Street, Cloverport 401 1 1. 788- 
3335 



JENNINGS, Jeff, 312 Poplar Su^eet, Dawson Springs 42408, 

797-8119, 797-2909 
JENT, Richard L., 5561 Nickview, Cincinnati, OH 45239, 

385-3484, 932-1211 Ext. 348 
JOHNS, James E., 52 Madison Village, Richmond 40475, 

606/624-2526, 232-3152 
JOHNSON, David Lamar, 1855 South Wilson, Lot 46, 

Radcliff 40160, 351-8751, 624-6442 
JOHNSON, Ernest, Box 173, Bypro 41612, 606/482-2688 
JOHNSON, Frank J., P.O. Box 251, Guthrie 42234, 485-2344 
JOHNSON, James M., 297 Leawood Drive, Frankfort 40601, 

502/223-2822. 875-1535 
JOHNSON, Jerry Lee, Route 6, 3773 Georgetown Road, 

Lexington 40611, 254-7668, 232-3430 
JOHNSON, Kenneth Ray, 1824A Chatsworth Drive. 

Lexington 40505. 299-8154, 233-4511 Ext. Ill 
JOHNSON, Kenneth W., Route 6, Box 123, Morehead 40351, 

606/784-4761, 784-8388 
JOHNSON, W. Lynn, 127 Center Street, Morehead 40361, 

784-8625, 846-2561 
JOHNSON, Michael J., 330 West Bellville Street, Marion 

42064, 502/965-4617, 812/951-2505 
JOHNSON, Shirley R., Route 3, Box 171,Catlettsburg41129, 

606/739-6439, 836-1514 
JOHNSON, Walter, Box 146, Hitchins 41146, 474-6908, 474- 

5721 
JOHNSON, William Michael, 114 South Allison Avenue. 

Barbourville 40906. 646-4274, 646-8515 
JONES, Denver "Smokey", P.O. Box 700, Hazard 41701, 439- 

1812. 436-5771 
JONES. Frank, Route 5, Box 132, Manchester 40962, 

606/698-3952, 598-6127 
JONES, Glenn F, 3660 Tates Creek Road, Apt 176, Lexington 

40502, 272-7952, 254-5621 
JONES, Jeffrey L., Route 2, Foster 41043, 606/747-6657, 664- 

2011 
JONES, John F. Ill, 8066th Street. Carrollton 41008. 602/732- 

6766. 732-4361 
JONES, Ken L., Route 3, Kennedy Road, Greenville 42345, 

338-6711, 338-4692 
JONES, Richard, Route 1, Box 84-A, Smithland 42081, 029- 

4599 
JONES, Spurgeon L. Jr., 332 Wilder Drive, Owensboro 42301 , 

684-0924, 684-8305 
JONES. Tommy S.. 3411 Hawthorne Drive. Owensboro 

42301. 685-5379 
JONES, Woodson Pearl, Route 3, Box 91, Manchester 40962, 

698-2087 
JOSEPH, Ricky, 753 South Lake Drive, Prestonsburg, 41663, 

886-1333, 886-1010 
JUSTICE, Raymond Jr., Box 91, Pinsonfork 41555, 606/353- 

7783, 353-7230 
KAPITAN, Vickie, P.O. Box 1605, Middlesboro 40965, 606/ 

248-6131, 248-3968 
KAZUNAS. Gerald L.. 2025 Lauderdale Road. Louisville 

40206. 464-6462, 426-2000, Ext. 277 
KEARNS, Kevin W., Route 4, Box 73B,Cynthiana 41031, 234- 

2297 
KEENE, Phillip Mark, Route 1, Box 12, Feds Creek 41524, 

606/835-2597, 703/935-2106 
KELLAM, Steven Louis, Route 3, Dry Ridge 41035, 606/428- 

3398 
KELLEY, Jeffrey L.. Route 2, Auburn 42206, 502/542-6774 
KELLY, Dolph, Box 31, Dorton 41520, 639-9666 
KELLY, Scott A., Asbury College, Wilmore 40390, 868-9910 
KELLY, Willard J., 3010 Hikes Lane, #205, Louisville 40220, 

461-7796 
KEMP, Jim L., Route 3. Box 330. Central City 42330. 525-6510 
KELSAY, Mark D., P.O. Box 505, East Bernstadt 40729, 843- 

6521 
KEMPER, Nancy B., 346 Melbourne Way, Lexington 40502, 

278-4320 
KERCHER, William M. Jr., 3642 Windward Way, Louisville 
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KERFOOT, James B., Route 1, Carter Avenue, Cecilia 42724, 

502/862-3871 
KERR, J.L., Route 1, Box 776, Elizabethtown 42701, 737- 

1783, 769-3323 
KERSEY, William Andy, 1211 Maple Lane, Corbin 40701, 

606/528-7122. 528-2500 
KESSINGER, Michael W., P.O. Box 89, Inez 41224, 606/395- 

6548, 298-3591 
KIDD, Michael D., 115 Etna Street, Russell 44169, 606/836- 

6952 
KIDDER, Jeffrey F., 1 143 Centre Parkway, Apt. 38, Lexington 

40502 
KINDRED, Michael L., Box 428, Winchester 40391, 744-3919 
KING, Bobby Rickey, Box 185, Cromana 41810, 606/885-9265, 

855-7185 
KING, Carl Gene, Route 1, Box 297, Caneyville 42721 
KING, Chester R., 633 South 41st Street, Louisville 40211, 

776-4287. 776-0449 
KING, Curtis R.. 2547 Apollo Court. Owensboro 42301. 926- 

4973. 684-4533 
KING, James W., 2825 Adams Street, Ashland 41101, 606/324- 

5967 
KING. Lori, 216 Blossom Lane, Southgale 41071, 441-5309 

KING. Lowell A., Route 2, Mt. Sterling 40353, 498-6042 
KING, Michael A., 3356 Mt. Foraker, Lexington 40502, 272- 

5342 
KING, Willis, 104C Coffey Street. Whitesburg 41858. 633- 

7053 
KINNEY, Charles L., Frankfort 40601, 695-3239 
KINSEY, Mike, Asbury College, Wilmore 40390, 606/858- 

8085 
KIRK, Charles F., P.O. Box 543, Cumberland 40823. 606/589- 

2086, 837-2849 
KISTNER. Gary L.. 6405 Birchline Blvd., Louisville 40291, 

239-8642, 426-2000 
KISTNER, Gary Wayne, P.O. Box 315, Richmond 40475. 

606/623-4198. 623-2404 
KLAIBER. Jerry. 500 Oxcart Road. Apt. 317. Ashland 41101, 

324-8808, 836-9658 
KLOUFETOS. Louis S.. 3025 Grums Lane, Louisville 40216, 

448-8039, 566-4432 
KLUEPFEL. Joseph C, 463 Whiltshire Drive, #24. 

Madisonville 42431, 825-1046 
KLUMP. William Roger, 2074 Eastern Parkway, Louisville 

40204, 502/451-0236, 423-1660 
KNAUER. Glen M., P.O. Box 262, London 40741, 878-7900 
KOLPEK, David R.. 309 Mariemont Drive, Lexington 40505, 

252-7568, 254-6412, Ext. 309 
KOUNS, Perry H., Route 3, Box 92, Ashland 41 101 , 928-4092, 

739-4166, Ext. 8441 
KOUNS, Robert H., Box 451, South Portsmouth 41174. 932- 

3485. 473-9812 
KRAGE, Rick, C.P.O. 481. Asbury College. Wilmore 40390, 

858-9946 
KRISTOF, David A., 4498 Clearidge Lane. Cincinnati, OH 

45239. 513/385-2930 
KRUMMEN, Mark E., 25 Sunnymeade Drive, Ft. Mitchell 

41017, 606/331-3112, 331-2040 
KUES, Lawrence J., 5529 Vogel Road, Cincinnati, OH 45239, 

513/741-3405, 243-3153 
LACER, Albert Ray, Box 109. Spottsville 42458, 502/827- 

5068, 827-1348 
LADD, Michael D. W., P.O. Box 23, Gracey 42232, 235-5988, 

522-3222 
LADD, Simon D., Route 1, Box 255, Cadix 42211, 522-8051, 

924-5602 
LAMASTUS, Randall, Route 1, Rockfield 42274, 842-1302, 

782-1555 
LAMBERT, Irvin G., 6412 Fern Crest, Louisville 40291, 239- 

4996, 459-0382 
LAMBERT, Roger Wayne, Route 13, Box 257. Bowling 

Green 42101, 502/781-9366, 781-5342 
LANE, Marion E., 233 Miller Drive, Richmond 40475, 606/ 

623-1764, 623-2614 



LARKIN, Allen W., Route 3, Box 220A, Eubank 42567, 379- 

6781, 679-1158 
LARKING, John Arnold, Route 3, Box 219, Eubank 42567, 

606/379-2223, 678-4405 
LASHLEY. Daniel R.. 917 Montavesta Circle, Lexington 

40502, 606/266-3869, 266-3869 
LATHAM, Billy d.. Route 3, Box 255, Clinton 40231 , 502/653- 

4190. 653-5521 
LATKOVSKI. Andy. 1904 Strathmoor Blvd. Louisville 40205. 

502/451-5472, 583-1611 
LAUBHEIMER, Don T.. 4516 Estate Drive. Louisville 40216. 

502/366-3880, 937-6777/937-2400 
LAWRENCE, Gary, 309 McArthur Drive, Louisville 40207. 

502/897-9195, 636-3571 
LAWSON, Lonnie, 2501 Pumphouse Road, Somerset 42501 
LAWSON, Rondell, General Delivery, Garrett 41630. 606 

358-3531, 447-2043 
LAWSON, Sonny, P.O. Box 34, Artemus, 40903. 606/546- 

5319, 523-0173 
LAWSON. Stanley. 3662 Georgetown Circle. Louisville 

40215, 502 '361 -7453 
LAYNE, Bert. Box 96, Eastern 41622, 358-3111, 886-2252 
LEATHERS. Freddie. 619 George Street, Lebanon 40033. 

502/692-4433, 692-6115 
LKOFORO, R.iii.ild. Box. Ciimbi'il;ind 40822. ,589-1783 
LEDFORD. Thomas B.. 2702 Wren Road, Ft. Campbell 

42223, 431-4482 
LEE, Anthony R., P.O. Box 276, St. Charles 42453. 669-4403 
LEE. Charles J.. P.O. Box 57. Williamsburg 40769. 606 549- 

3766, 528-5851 
LEE, David F.. 6810 Dartmoor Drive. Louisville 40208, 425- 

3863, 425-5076 
LEE, Evans A., 1333 South 3rd St., Apt. 6, Louisville 40208, 

502/634-4415, 582-6221 
LEE. Frank E.. Box 29. Cumberland 40807. 606/589-4268 
LEE. William A., Box 116, Wallins Creek, 40873. 606/664- 

2127, 573-5027 
LEEP, John B. Jr.. 123 Comanche Trail, Carrollton 41008, 

502/732-5230, 732-5413/732-4844 
LELAND, Lonnie L., 2040 Spring Station Court, Lexington 

40505, 299-5300. 299-4317 
LEMMONS. Jerry, 104 North 14th Street, Murray 42071 
LENOX. Robert Michael, Route 5, Cynthiana 41031. 234- 

5760, 234-1678/234-3471 
LENTRY, Rick, 3200 Lochness Drive. #40. Lexington 40503. 

272-6329, 269-2001 
LETCHER, Ronnie, 106 Oriole Street, Carlisle 40311, 289- 

5573, 289-2208 
LEWIS, Angela J., Alice Lloyd College. Pippa Passes 41844. 

368-2101 
LEWIS, Joseph Catron, 310!'5Wolford Street, Pikeville 41501, 

432-4265 
LEWIS, Larry Roy, P.O. Box 1 22, Smilax 4 1 764, 606 '279-4874 
LIGGETT, Ernest J., 46 Home Street, Newport 41071, 491- 

8061, 513/221-1234 
LIGHT, Larry R., Route 2, Box 33, Nancy 42544, 636-6678, 

679-4321 
LILE, Clyde F.. Route 6, Hopkinsville 42240, 502/886-5584. 

886-2433 
LINDER, Ricky Paul, 205 Green Acres Drive, Elizabethtown 

42701, 502/737-5242 
LINK, Ellis Lawrence, 706 Sherwojd Drive, Franklin 42134, 

502/586-4693, 781-5342 
LISTERMAN, Michael L.. 213A Carthage Road, California 

41007. 635-5135. 781-3333 
LOCKARD. Ralph V. Jr., Box 67, Hazel Green, 41332, 662- 

4223, 662-4592 
LONAKER, Roger D., 616 Woolery Avenue, Falmouth 41040, 

654-8016, 654-6105 
I.ONC;. David J., #5 Meadow Lane. Apt. 3. Huntington. WV 

25704, 304 429-.5984, 606 686-2415. Exi. 28 
LONG, James E., Box 73, Baskett 42402, 502/827-5000, 827- 

1867 
LONG, Robert F., 664 Lombardy Drive. Lexington 40505, 

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LONG, Scottie J., Route 4, Box 232, Henderson 42420, 826- 

5419 
LONG, William H., Route 9, Box 52A, BowlingGreen 42101. 

781-3939 
LOONEY, James O., Route 1, Box 631, Ashcamp 41512, 606/ 

754-9300, 754-4866 
LOPERFIDO, Richard O., 99 Locust Street, Raceland 41 169, 

606473-3761, 836-8161 
LOUDEN, Forrest W.. Box 224, Bedford 40006, 502/255-2538, 

317 546-1607 
LOWE, David L., 312 Greenfield Sub., Corbin 40701, 606/ 

523-1969, 528-3112 
LOWE, Stephen F., 2124 Tamarack Drive, Lexington 40504, 

278-9662, 255-6841 
LUCAS, Waller Wayne, General Delivery, Big Spring 40106, 

536-3647 
LUDWIG, Karen A., 7003 Shoreith Drive, Louisville 40228, 

239-6416, 582-4403 
LUSBY, George, 615 Pueblo Trail, Geogeiown 40324, 863- 

1440. 863-3805 
Ll'SK, Michael, 2705 Oakwood Drive, Bardstown 40004, 348- 

3793, 348-9046 
LUTTRELL. Daisy Mae, 417 Larkwood, Lexington 40509, 

606/269-8048, 278-9397 
LYLES, Larry B., 137 Northwood Road, Frankfort 40601, 

502 695-4983, 564-7736 
LYONS, David, Box 280, Hardinsburg 40143, 756-6344, 756- 

2164 
MADDING, Raymond E., 1 105 S. 9th Street. Mayfield 42066. 

247-2775 
MADDOX. Arthur Lee. 3915 Alford Avenue. Louisville 

40212. 774-3386 
MADDOX. Robert V., Route 2. Box 373. Glencoe 41035. 606/ 

428-2315. 283-3192 
MADISON, James H. "Tex". 429 Linden Lane, Nicholasville 

40356. 887-1047, 885-4144 
MAINES. George E., 905 East Main St.. Apt. 17. Lexington 

40502. 269-7707 
MAINS. Jeffrey L., Route 1. Butler 41006. 654-8148. 472- 

7071 
MALAK. Mark R.. 460 Kluley Park Plaia. Henderson 42420. 

502 826-2871 
MALIK. Hashim Abdul. 339 Trevor Street. Covington 4101 1. 

261-3215. 684-5291 
MALLORY, James R., 9826 Tiverton Way, Louisville 40222. 

426-9548, 581-6380 
MANN. Cathleen L.. 2713B Willow Court, Hopkinsville 

42240. 502/885-2492, 887-4292 
MANSELL, Janice, Route 3, Box 171, Callettsburg 41129, 
MARCUM, H. Allen, Box 801. Barbourville 40906. 546-8459, 

528-2100 
MARICLE, Randal S., P.H.A. 301. Georgetown 40324. 

502 863-8307 
MARLETTE, Ronald L., 428 Powhatan Trail, Frankfort 

40601, 502/695-4526, 564-3925 
MARQUETTE, Ralph L. Jr., 231 Hemingway Road, 

Louisville 40207, 502/893-2782, 458-2623 
MARTIN, Terry Joe, 181 Oaklawn Drive, Corbin 40701, 

606/528-6266, 528-3140 
MARVEL, Linda Jo, 62 Horseshoe Drive, Paris 40361, 987- 

4165, 258-5741 
MASON, Kip G., 49 Eagle Drive, Elsmere 41018. 342-8643. 

771-8910 
MATTINGLY. Gary V., 307 Revolutionary, Louisville 

40214, 366-9084, 361-2315 
MATTINGLY, Terry L., 701 Cedar Street, Owensboro 42301. 

685-5488, 684-9434 
MATUSIAK, Marty, 304 Par Lane, Elizabethtown 42701, 

737-4142, 737-6833 
MAXEY, Michael, Route 5, Box 555, London 4074 1,864-9290, 

528-1630 
MAXEY, Richard E., P.O. Box 87, West Somerset 42564, 678- 

4888, 679-4401 
MAY, Paul L., Route 2, Box 5. McVeigh 41546, 353-9238. 
353-7239 



MAYBORG, Glenn A., 4901 Chalet Drive, #7, Cincinnati OH 

45217, 242-7257, 721-4000 
MAYBRIER, Bo, P.O. Box 684, Barbourville 40906, 546-5937, 

546-5136 
MAYER, John P., Route 2, Box 225, Frenchburg 40322, 606/ 

768-3504, 768-2373 
MAYNARD, James H., Route 40, Box 292, Inez 41224. 

606/298-3848. 298-3288 
MAYNARD, Richard J., Route 6, Box 563W. Pikeville 41501. 

437-7590. 432-3380 
MAYNARD. Walter E., 1909 Court Street, Flatwoods 41139, 

836-4177, 836-9671 
McANALLY, Tom, 4111 Glen Hill, Louisville 40272, 502/ 

937-1673. 351-3167 
McCAMISH, Dan L.. Route 4, Milton Avenue, Elizabethtown 

42701, 502/737-6973, 351-3167 
McCARLEY. John W., 302 West Brown, Glasgow 42141, 651- 

6865. 651-3988 
McCarthy, Steven M., 170 Poplar Ridge Road, Alexandria, 

41001. 635-9038, 581-4422 
McCLURE, Billy, Route 1, Sondra 427''6 
McCLURE, Jerry T., 1857 Courtland Drive, Lexington 40505, 

606/299-5465, 293-1812 
McCOMIS, Nancy C, Route 3, Box 171, Catlettsburg 41129. 

606/739-6439 
McCONAHAY. Rex W., R.C.T.S., Lost Creek 41348, 666-2369 
McCOWAN, Connell, Route 1. Box 253, Corbin 40701, 528- 

4932 
McDANIEL, Arthur D., Route 9. Preston Way. Frankfort 

40601, 502/223-3776, 273-5056 
McDANIEL, Michael A., 530 Silkwood Street, Madisonville 

42431 
McDANIEL, William N., lOOOTierra Linda Drive. Frankfort 

40601. 502/695-2265, 606/885-9411 
McDowell, Benny D., 863 Collins Road, Villa Hills 41017. 

341-0949, 341-4406 
\Ii(.ArGHE^'. lostph |r.. 220.S I.vllc St., Louisville 40212. 

77(;-ISIl, 417-1920 
McGAVIC, Ronald L., 2500 Martin Avenue, Louisville 40212, 

502/447-2170. 367-3490 

McGEORGE, Lawrence, Route 2. Box 182A, Middlesboro 

40965. 606/248-3286. 573-4965 
McGINTY. L.V. Jr.. 3927 Primrose Place. Paducah 42001. 

602/442-8080. 442-8060 
McGRATH. Robert C. 412 Emmett Drive, Bowling Green 

42101, 602/447-0346, 778-2773 
McGUIRE, Mark E.. 109 Lakeview. Paducah 42001 

McHUGH. Pam, 105 South Elm Street, Wilmore 40390 
McINTOSH, Carl W., Route 1, Box 246, Jackson 41339, 

295-3563, 666-8894 
McKENZIE, Dwight S., 1327 Grandview Drive, Ashland 

41101, 606/683-3611 
McKENZIE, Forrest, General Delivery, Salt Lick 40371, 606/ 

683-3611 
McKENZIE, James M., 3234 Ridgeway Drive, Ashland 41101, 

606/324-7906, 325-1414 
McKINNEY. Alan Mark. 1707 Mary Ellen Drive. Flatwoods 

41139. 606/836-2863, 836-1941 
McMILLIN, Larry L., 3506 Rock Rose Lane, LaGrange 

40031. 241-8998. 241-0920 
McNEIL. Larry David, Box 537, Flatwoods 41139, 606/836- 

8959. 325-4664 
McNULTY. Robert P.. 3626 Niagara Drive, Lexington 40502, 

273-3791, 233-2535 
McPEEK, Roger C, Route 4, Box 964, Pikeville 41501. 606/ 

432-8304, 639-4416 
McPHERSON, Lanny P., Route 2, Auburn 42206, 542-6884, 

726-7681 
McPIKE, Ray S. Jr., 2166Sherwood Avenue, Louisville 40205, 

502/451-3832, 477-8164 
McWHORTER, David, 824 North 3rd St.. Albany 42602, 387- 

7110, 387-7466 
MEACHAM, Greg, Route 4. Russellville 42276. 726-3727, 726- 

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MEASEL, Sieven R., Route 4, Box 247A, West Liberty 41472, 

606/743-7712, 349-2553 
MEDING, David W., Crouch Apts., #2, Rice Street, Irvine 

40336, 606/732-5974, 723-2553 
MEEK, Jeff, Route 3, Box 388M, Pikeville 41501, 625-5280 
MEFFORD, R. Granville, 320 Port William, Carrollton 

41008, 502/732-8252, 732-4844 
MELTON. Paul D., Route 1, Box 7, Cutshin 41732, 279-4593 
MENSER, Scott, 317 East Keigan Street, Dawson Springs 

42408, 797-8254, 669-4161 
MEREDITH, William Craig, 9401 Habersham Drive, 

Louisville 40222, 502/426-8226, 451-2430 
MEREDITH, Wilmoth "Billy" J., 5219 Matterhorn Drive, 

Louisville 40216, 447-0449 
MESSER, Leighman, Route 7, Box 323, Manchester 40962, 

598-8795, 598-6141 
MEYER, David J., 207 Park Avenue, Ludlow 41016, 606/491- 

6964, 292-5821 
MEYER, David W., 175 Main Street, Newport 41071, 581-0937 
MEYERS. John F., Box 513, Maysville 41056, 606/759-7141 
MICKEY, Steve, P.O. Box 41, Williamson, WV 25661 
MIDDLETON, John W., 209 Leimaur Drive. Richmond 

40475.626-1682,986-3131 
MILAM. James B., Hillview Drive, Beechmont 42323, 476- 

8359, 476-2204 
MILLER, George L., General Delivery, East View 42732, 862- 

9220, 737-1006 
MILLER, Harold P., 103 East 24ih Street, Benton 42025, 

527-8749, 395-7121, Ext. 2363 
MILLER, Kent E., Route 2, Box 238, Worthington 41183, 
MILLER. Sammy, Box 125, Salyersville 41465, 606/349-3449 
MILLS, John C. Jr., 2305 Briargate Avenue, Louisville 40216, 

447-5423, 425-3102 
MITCHELL, Curtis N., 609 West Center Street, Madisonville 

42431.821-0567 
MITCHELL. Doug, 131 Lincoln Drive, Frankfort 40601, 

695-3315,227-7341 
MOHON. Bil, 1740 Meyers Lane #11, Louisville 40216 
MOHR, Thomas W. Jr., 34 Sunset Drive, Alexandria 41001, 

635-5385, 635-4161 
MOLANDS, Lawrence, General Delivery, Clayhole 41317, 

606/666-6910-7600, 666-7120 
MONKS, Ronald E., 3509 Dorset Road, Louisville 40214, 

937-6222 
MON TGOMERV. Billy J.. Route 3. Box 489. .Salyersville 

41465, 606/349-5478, 432-0307 
MONTGOMERY, Chester M.. 901 South Elm Street, 

Henderson 42420, 502/826-7845 
MOORE, Alvin Earl, Box 1170. New Garden Station 40121. 

942-3666, 624-8310 

MOORE, N. Dean, P.O. Box 296, Guthrie 42234. 502/483- 

2683, 483-2641 
MOORE, Donald, 131 Rogers Road, C-3, Lexington 40505, 

293-1074/252-2621, 254-0350 
MOORE, Ellis Ronnie, 731 Manchester Street, Barbourville 

40906, 546-6688, 878-7301 
MOORE, Franklin "Bud", 5351 Whitmore Drive, 

Cincinnati. OH 45238, 513/922-8317, 961-8000 
MOORE, Marvin, Route 5, Box 194, Morehead 40351, 606/ 

784-6467, 784-8956 
MOORE, Phillip H.,Route6, Box 403, BowlingGreen 42101, 

502/781-9340, 842-5302 
MOORE, Robert W. Jr.. 441 Forest Avenue, Erianger 41018, 

342-6942, 261-4613 
MOORE, Ronald A., 312 East 3rd Str., Frankfort 40601, 

602/227-7706, 223-8030 
MOORE, William Glen, 949 Prospect Avenue, Ashland 

41101,325-7230, 326-7224 
MOORMAN, Thomas P., P.O. Box 516, Hardinsburg 40148, 

602/756-5709, 756-2821 
MORGAN, Charles "Chuck" B., 8600 Warwick Drive, #4, 

Lexington 40602, 272-2105 
MORGAN, John Edward Jr., Route I, Box 278, Annville 

40402, 606/364-6604, 616, 869-2977 



MORGAN, Keith P., 522 Taylor Drive, London 40741, 864- 

9253, 878-9300 
MORGAN, Richard, 522 Taylor Drive, London 40741, 864- 

9253, 864-5114 
MORRIS, Bobby, Route 6, Mayfield 42066, 247-53 1 2, 247-0492 
MORRIS, Edward C. 153 Raintree Drive, Florence 41042, 

371-9496, 727-2337 
MORRIS. John C. Route l.Box 11 5 A. Pendleton 40055. 502 

255-3657 
MORRIS, John H., 2513 Canton Street, Hopkinsville 42240, 

886-1563 
MORRIS, Larry E., 5610 Oxford Place, #800, Louisville 

40291, 499-6455 
MORRIS, Richard Boyd, Box 98, Neon 41840, 606/855-7868, 

633-0116 
MORRIS, Thomas A., 1320 South Ft. Thomas Ave., Ft. 

Thomas 41075, 441-3749, 563-2290 
MORRISON, Daniel G., 500 Nutwood Avenue, Bowling 

Green 42101, 602/843-9633 
MORSE, Richard K., 163 North Deepwood Dr., Radcliff 

40160, 502/351-3748, 624-4646 
MORSE, Richard K, Jr., 163 North Deepwood Dr., Radcliff 

40160, 851-3748, 877-2793 
MORTON, Rene Lynn, Alice Lloyd College, Pippa Passes 

41844, 606/368-9431, 368-9411/2101 Ext. 219 
MOSER, Rudy Clay, Box 282, Sebree 42455, 835-2532 
MOSLEY, David, 501 West 16th Street, London 40741, 

864-4676, 878-7913 
MOSLEY, Dewey, Box 915, Hindman 41822, 606/786-3662 
MOSS, David R., Box B, Versailles 40388 
MULBERRY, Larry G., Box 110, Lovelace 42060, 388-9953 
MULLINIX, Ray, Drawer AB, Burkesville 42717, 606/387- 

6658, 502/433-7191 ' 
MULLINS, Harold D., Box 626, Hindman 41822, 785-5155, 

633-4871 
MULLINS, Michael, Route 1, Box H-3, Clay City 40812, 663- 

9786, 744-2165 
MULLINS, Rafford G., Box 102, Bedford 40006, 602/256- 

3802, 266-7188 
MULLINS, William B., 543 Laketower Drive, #129, 

Lexington 40502, 606/266-3509, 253-5886 
MULLINS, William M., 411 Beech Street, Falmouth 41040, 

606/654-8385, 654-2981 
MURDACH, Leslie L., 965 Homestead Trail, Henderson 

42420, 827-4 1-33 
MURFF, Robert H., 1023A Drennan Park, Ft. Campbell 

42228, 615/431-4119, 798-3011 
MURPHY, Brian K., P.O. Box 594, Main St., Mortons Gap 

42440, 268-6584 
MURRAY, Bobby L., 206 North 6th St., Williamsburg 40769, 

606/549-1696, 864-5188 
MURRAY, Kenneth A., Sitko 41265 
MURELL, Allen L., 1404 Woodhurst Drive, Bowling Green 

42101, 602/843-1290, 745-2466 
MURT, Gene T., 1106 Yarbrow Lane, Paducah 42001, 443- 

7950, 247-3668 
MUTH, Art, 304 East Walton-Nicholson Rd., Walton 41094, 

866-9818, 856-3641 
MEYERS, Fred E., 8932 Phillips, Paducah 42001, 442-8166 
MYERS, Ronald J., 105 Westwood Drive, Elizabethtown 

42701, 602/766-7198, 769-3381 
MYERS, Stephen E., 2671 Deltact, Radcliff 40160, 351- 

8886 
NALL, Kenny P., 601 Meadowbrcxjk Court, Louisville 40214, 

866-9408, 687-1522 
NANCE, David, 605 West 9th Street, Jasper, IN 42564, 482- 

6498 
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CLASS AA STATE FOOTBALL CHAMPION 




(Left to Right) Front Row: D. Allen, C. Allen, C. Ritchie, T. Scrogham, W. Downs, C. Brady, B. Claxton. Second Row: J. 
Allen, J. Lear, D. Hagan, D. Sholner, T. Haydon, J. S. Monin, J. Gartland, S. Johnson, Mgr. Third Row: G. Allen, J. Lear, 
D. MonIn, M. Brunhammer, S. Smith, B. Davis, J. Allen, T. Hunter. Fourth Row: B. Ballard, R. Brown, T. Downs, B. 
WIcklllte, T. Lancaster, D. Williams, D. Potter. Fifth Row: W. Rogers, C. Marks, K. Johnson, K. Simpson, T. Hall, K. Baker, 
T. Hodge. Coach Garnis Martin, AssL Coaches: H. Broaddus, R. Williams, J. HIgglns. 



Bardstown 6 North Hardin 3 

Bardstown 22 Frankfort 7 

Bardstown 27 Garrard Co. 16 

Bardstown 6 Marion Co. 7 



Bardstown 29 Bourbon Co. 

Bardstown 8 Bullitt Central 14 

Bardstown 48 Anderson Co. 

Bardstown 15 Elizabethtown 19 

Bardstown 7 Wasliington 6 

Bardstown 21 Nelson Co. 14 



PLAYOFFS 

Bardstown 29 Fort Knox 7 

Bardstown 29 Rowan 14 

Bardstown 17 Mayfield 14 

Bardstown 20 Somerset 6 

Member Of National Federation of State High Scliool Associations 



Official Organ of the 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



FEBRUARY 1982 



National Federation Announces 
New Record Boole 

The National Federation of State High Schools Association has announced that the 
United States Marine Corps will be sponsoring the pocket version of the 1981-82 
National High School Sports Record Book. The pocket version is being published for 
the first time. Books are available to schools that request them for free distribution to 
students in classes, intramural sports or other school programs. 

The pocket version of the National High School Sports Record Book is a condensed 
version of the 300 page book of records published by the National Federation. This 
pocket version contains the current records and most notable achievements in high 
school football, basketball, baseball, track and field, and swimming. Many of the 
performers listed in the book, such as Herschel Walker, Billy Sims and Tracy Caulkins 
have since become famous because of their success in college, professional or 
international sports. Others are not well-known, but will be recognized as outstanding 
athletes because of the sometimes amazing high school records they set, such as Ken 
Hall's season record of 395 points in football or Michael Carter's 77 foot shotput. 
Students will be able to use this handy 32 page reference guide to measure their 
personal records against national records, for goal setting and for general information. 
The USMC is providing this service free in recognition of the achievements of high 
school athletes. 

Books can be ordered free of charge by high school Athletic Directors and Coaches 
by contacting Trigon Sports International, Inc., 421 King Street, Suite 214, Alexandria, 
VA 22314, Attn: USMC High School Record Book. 

Please state your name and position, school name and mailing address, number of 
students in grades 10-12 and number of books requested. They will be sent directly to 
you without charge for free distribution to your high school athletes and other 
students. Or, if you prefer, call toll free (800) 423-2600 for further information. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIV — NO. 7 



FEBRUARY, 1982 



$2.00 Per Year 



MINUTES OF THE BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the Executive 
Inn-East, Louisville, Friday, January 22, 1982. The 
meeting was called to order by President J. D. 
Minnehan at 9:00 A.M. with all Board members. 
Commissioner Tom Mills, Assistant Commissioners 
Brigid DeVries, and Louis Stout, Executive Assistant 
Billy V. Wise present. Conley Manning was present 
representing the State Department of Education. 
The invocation was given by Alvis Johnson. 

Charles Black moved, seconded by Eldon 
Davidson, that the minutes of the November 28, 
1981, meeting of the Board be approved. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

President Minnehan intorduced Prin. Don Mines 
of Frankfort High School. Mr. Hines spoke to the 
Board on behalf of the schools in District 41, 
requesting that they be moved from Region 11 to 
Region 8. President Minnehan informed Mr. Hines 
that the Basketball Committee had met and 
considered his written proposal along with others 
received and would be making recommendations to 
the full Board during the meeting. 

Prin. Arnold Marshall of Boyle County High 
School and Prin. Bob Anderson of Casey County 
High School spoke to the Board requesting that 
they reconsider the enforcement of By-Law 10, 
Undue Influence, in the case of Arthur Hanson, a 
student at Pulaski County High School. After a 
lengthy discussion Fairce Woods moved, seconded 
by Eldon Davidson, that Mr. Marshall and Mr. 
Anderson meet with the Commissioner and his 
Assistants at the K.H.S.A.A. Building in Lexington 
as soon as possible to discuss their request. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

President Minnehan introduced Prin. August 
Pisa, Mr. Jim Wallace and Woody Woodall of Trigg 
County High School. They spoke to the Board 
requesting their consideration in lifting the 
suspension imposed on Trigg County High School 
for violation of By-Law 17, Unsportsmanlike 
Conduct, on October 30 in a football game with 
Heath High School. Following the presentation and 
a lengthy discussion thereof, Charles Miller moved, 
seconded by Whaylon Coleman, that the decision of 
the Commissioner be upheld in this case. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Supt. Jack Rose of Calloway County Schools 
spoke to the Board on behalf of the Calloway 
County High School requesting that Mayfield High 
School not be moved from District 3 to District 4 in 
basketball. After a lengthy presentation, John Brock 
moved, seconded by Charles Miller, that the matter 
be referred to the Basketball Committee for further 
consideration. The motion carried unanimously. 

Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise reported that the 
pre-tournament ticket sales for both boys and girls 
state basketball tournaments exceed those of last 
year. 

The members of the Basketball Committee 
discussed at length with the Board members their 
recommendations on the basketball district and 



region re-alignments. In making the changes in the 
basketball re-alignment the Committee members 
explained that they considered the need for re- 
alignment first and then the geographical location 
of the schools as the determining factors. The 
Basketball Committee submitted the following 
proposed changes in the districts and regions for 
the school year 1982-83: Todd County from District 
8, Region 2 to District 13, Region 4; McLean County 
from District 9, to District 12; Butler County from 
District 12, Region 3, to District 13, Region 4. Robie 
Harper moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that the 
recommendations of the Basketball Committee be 
accepted. The motion carried unanimously. 

Following a lengthy discussion on the proposed 
changes in Regions 11 and 12, Alvis Johnson 
moved, seconded by John Brock, that the 
Basketball Committee recommendations made for 
Region 11 and 12 be accepted for the 1982-83 
school year. The motion carried unanimously. The 
new alignment for Regions 11 and 12 is as follows: 



Region XI 

D. 41 Frankfort 

Franklin County 
Western Hills 
Woodford County 

D. 42 Jessamine County 
Lexington Catholic 
Sayre 

D. 43 Bryan Station 
Lafayette 
Henry Clay 
Tates Creek 

D. 44 Berea 
Madison 
Madison Central 
Model 



Region Xii 

D. 45 Boyle County 
Danville 
Kentucky School 

f/t Deaf 
Lincoln County 

D. 46 Burgin 

Garrard County 
Harrodsburg 
Mercer County 

D. 47 McCreary Central 
Monticello 
Russell County 
Wayne County 

D. 48 Casey County 
Laurel County 
Pulaski County 
Somerset 



The All-Sports Committee reported on their 
recommendations for a state-wide fee structure for 
baseball for the 1982 season. Upon a motion by 
Alvis Johnson and a second by Eldon Davidson, the 
following fee structure was accepted by a 
unanimous vote of the Board; 15<t; per mile for all 
travel over 75 miles, $20.00 regular season game, 
$35.00 regular season double header, $22.50 for 
district tournament games, $27.50 for regional and 
the first round of the state tournament and $32.50 
for the final four games of the state tournament. 
Assigning Secretaries are instructed to assign 
officials from the same general location in order to 
cut down on travel expense. 

After a discussion on a proposal to change By- 
Law 27, Limitation of Seasons, and placing a limit on 
the number of baseball and softball games, Eldon 

(Continued on page 11) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1982 



FEBRUARY, 1982 VOL. XLIV — NO. 7 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 
Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to : 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President J. D Minnehan (1978-1982) LaGrange 

Vice-President Fairce O. Woods (1979-1983) Flemingsburg 

Directors Charles D Black (1980-1984) 

Barbourville; John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead; Whaylon 
Coleman (1980-1984) Owensboro: Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) 
Monticello, Robie Harper. Jr. (1979-1983) Drakesboro; Alvis 
Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg; Charles Miller (1981-1982) 
Pleasure Ridge Park. Robert L Rogers (1 981-1985) Barlow; Conley 
Manning, State Department of Education representative 
Subscription Rate $2 00 per year 

From the Commissioner's Office 

1982 District Basketbaii 
Tournament Host Schools 



Girls 



1. Fulton 

2. Reidland 

3. Mayfleld 

4. Murray 

5. Crittenden County 

6. Providence 

7. West Hopkins 

8. Todd Central 

9. Owensboro 

10. Muhlenberg Central 

11. Trinity (Whitesvllle) 

12. Ohio County 

13. Russellvllle 

14. Warren Central 

15. Edmonson County 

16. Clinton County 

17. Ellzabethtown 

18. Hart County 

19. Nelson County 

20. Campbellsvllle 

21. Central 

22. Butler 

23. Doss 

24. Southern 

25. St. Xavler 

26. Trinity 

27. Fern Creek 

28. Ballard 

29. North Bullitt 

30. Anderson County 

31. Trimble County 

32. Wllllamstown 



Boys 

1. Fulton 33. 

2. Reidland 34. 

3. Mayfleld 35. 

4. Murray 36. 

5. Crittenden County 37. 

6. Providence 38. 

7. West Hopkins 39. 

8. Todd Central 40. 

9. Owensboro 41. 

10. Muhlenberg Central. 42. 

11. Hancock County 43. 

12. Ohio County 44. 

13. Russellvllle 45. 

14. Warren Central 46. 

15. Edmonson County 47. 

16. Clinton County 48. 

17. Ellzabethtown 49. 

18. Hart County 50. 

19. Nelson County 51. 

20. Campbellsvllle 52. 

21. Central 53. 

22. Butler 54. 

23. Doss 55. 

24. Southern 56. 

25. St. Xavler 57. 

26. Trinity 58. 

27. Fern Creek 59. 

28. Ballard 60. 

29. North Bullitt 61. 

30. Anderson County 62. 

31. Trimble County 63. 

32. Grant County 64. 



33. Dixie Heights 

34. Holy Cross 

35. Newport 

36. Campbell County 

37. Harrison County 

38. Bracken County 

39. Mason County 

40. George Rogers Clark 

41. Western Hills 

42. Mercer County 

43. Tales Creek 

44. Madison Central 

45. Boyle County 

46. Lincoln County 

47. Monticello 

48. Pulaski County 

49. Clay County 

50. Knox Central 

51. PInevllle 

52. James Cawood 

53. Letcher 

54. Hazard 

55. Cordia 

56. Owsley County 

57. Johnson Central 

58. McDowell 

59. PIkeville 

60. Elkhorn City 

61. University Brechinrldge 

62. West Carter 

63. Russell 

64. Lawrence County 



Dixie Heights 

Holmes 

Newport 

Campbell County 

Bourbon County 

Pendleton 

Mason County 

George Rogers Clark 

Western Hills 

Mercer County 

Tates Creek 

Madison Central 

Boyle County 

Lincoln County 

Monticello 

Pulaski County 

Clay County 

Knox Central 

PInevllle 

James A. Cawood 

Whitesburg 

Hazard 

Cordia 

Owsley County 

Johnson Central 

McDowell 

Pikevllle 

Elkhorn City 

University Breckinridge 

West Carter 

Russell 

Lawrence County 



1982 Regional Ba8l(etbail 
Tournament Sites 

Girls 

(1) Marshall County High School, (2) Webster 
County High School, (3) Ohio County High School, 
(4) Barren County High School, (5) Marion County 
High School, (6) Iroquois High School, (7) Ballard 
High School, (8) Oldham County High School, (9) 
Highlands High School, (10) Harrison County Highs 
School, (11) Madison Central High School, (12) 
Boyle County High School, (13) Knox Central High 
School, (14) Knott Central High School, (15) 
Prestonsburg High School, (16) Morehead State 
University. 

Boys 

(1 ) Murray State University, (2) Hopklnsville High 
School, (3) Owensboro Sportscenter, (4) Western 
Kentucky Unversity, (5) Green County High School, 
(6) Iroquois High School, (7) Ballard High School, 
(8) Henry County High School, (9) Conner High 
School, (10) Mason County High School, (11) 
Eastern Kentucky University, (12) Boyle County 
High School, (13) Knox Central High School, (14) 
Breathitt County High School, (15) Prestonsburg 
High School, (16) Morehead State University. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1982 



Page Three 



BASEBALL CLINIC INFORMATION 

It is an Association requirement that each 
registered official attend a clinic in the sport which 
he is registered (By-Law 28, Section 3). Officials 
who have not attended the K.H.S.A.A. clinic will not 
be permitted to officiate any varsity games. The 
1981-82 baseball clinics will be conducted by 
Assistant Commissioner Louis Stout, and the dates 
and sites of the clinics are as follows: 

March 14 - Holmes High School (Covington ) 2:00 

P.M. 
March 21 - Atherton High School (Louisville) 2:00 

P.M. 
March 23 - Henry Clay High School (Lexington) 7:30 

P.M. 
March 29 - Paducah Tilghman High School 

(Paducah) 7:30 P.M. 
March 30 - Hopkinsville High School (Hopkinsville) 

7:30 P.M. 
March 31 - Owensboro High School (Owensboro) 

7:30 P.M. 
April 1 - Bowling Green High School (Bowling 

Green) 7:30 P.M. 
April 2 - Elizabethtown High School 

(Elizabethtown) 7:30 P.M. 
April 5 - Laurel County High School (London) 7:30 

P.M. 
April 6 - Hazard High School (Hazard) 7:30 P.M. 
April 7 - Paintsville High School (Paintsville) 

7:30 P.M. 
April 8 - Paul Blazer High School (Ashland) 7:30 

P.M. 



1981-82 APPROVED AND CERTIFIED 
BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 

The following Basketball officials have qualified for the 
advance ratings of APPROVED or CERTIFIED as a result 
of the National Federation Examination. Officials must 
have at least received the Approved rating to be eligible to 
work in the District and Regional Tournaments. Only 
Certified officials are eligible to work in the State 
Tournament; 

APPROVED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 
(1981-82) 



ADAMS, Denver 
ADAMS, Jack L. 
ADAMS, Ray Jr. 
AKINS, Clyde B. 
ALEXANDER, Ron J. 
ALLEN, Christopher 
ALLEN, James F. 
AMIS, John Paul 
ANDERSON, Danny 
ANGELUCCI, Armand Jr. 
ARNOLD, Eddie 
ARNOLD, Joe R, 
ASHER, Noah Michael 
ASHURST, John M. 
ASKINS, Ray 
ATWOOD, Bobby 
BACKERT, John Anthony 
BAGBY, Garry A, 
BAILEY, Harrison 
BAKER, David W. 
BALDWIN, Carl R. 



BARNHILL, E. Carl 
BATES, James R. 
BAXTER, William H. 
BEASLEY, Steven Dewayne 
BELCHER, Gerald 
BELCHER, Ronald Scott 
BELL, Sharon 
BENTON, Jeffrey L. 
BERGSTROM, Edwin V. Jr. 
BERNS, Thomas E. 
BLAIR, Jeff 
BLAKEMAN, Mike T. 
BOND, Terry Lee 
BOWDEN, James Lee 
BOYKIN, Arthur L. 
BRADY, Ron 

BRAUSCH, William David 
BRAUTIGAM, Dwight 
BREWER, Preston E. 
BROCK, Stephen E. 
BARNARD, Phillip E. 



BROWN, David H. 
BROWN, Rickie Fay 
BROWN, Ronnie E. 
BRUEGGEMANN, Timothy J. 
BUIS, Michael A. 
BUNCH, Lawrence O. 
CAMBRON, John L. 
CAREY, James R. Jr. 
CASH, Clayton 
CASTLE, Banner 
CATRON, Mike D. 
CESSNA, Clayborn, Jr. 
CHAFFIN, John B. 
CHARLES, Paul M. 
CHINN, Robert J. 
CHRISTOPHER, Randell S. 
CLARK, Betty Lou 
CLARK, Edwin M. 
CLARK. Gregory L. 
CLARK, Kenneth (Ashland) 
CLAY, Scott Lane 
CLEVENGER, Mike G. 
COLEMAN, C. Ronald 
COLLINS, David A. 
COMBS, Sherman 
COMPTON. Jerry T. 
COOKE, Edwin S. Ill 
COOPER, John F. 
COOPER, Mary Linda 
CORNETT, Lewis Dean 
CRAFT, Robert E. 
CRAWFORD, Leon 
CREEKMORE, Milford Burl Sr. 
CRICK, James E. 
CRITTENDEN, Fred M. 
CROWELL, Jimmy 
CRUMP, Edward G. 
CUMMINS, Emmett Ray 
CUMMINS, Wayne 
CUNNINGHAM, Bobby R. 
CURRY, Howard Mark 
DANIELS, Carl L. 
DANIELS Phillip R. 
DARNELL, Nick 
DAVIS, Larry Wayne 

(Barbourville) 
DIAMOND, Rufus F. 
DIERIG, Thomas H. 
DIXON, J. R. 
DOTSON, Scott J. 
DOUGLAS, Bill 
DOUTHWAITE, Donald D. 
DRAKE, John E. 
EDWARDS, W. Glenn 
EFFINGER, Sharon Marie 
EHA, Charles Steven 
ELKINS, Wayne 
ELLIOTT, Jerry O. 
ELLIOTT, Larry 
ELLIS, Michael A. 
ENGLE, Vincent K. 
EVANS, Alvin Ray 
EVANS, Ronnie B. 
EVERLY, Randy 
FANNIN, Robert W. 
FANNON, Norman; 
FEATHERSTONE, John E. 
FELTNER, Paul 
FIELDS, Jerry W. 
FLOYD. Joe Wayne 
FOUTCH, Enoch 
FOX, Russell E. 
FRANKLIN, John L. 
FRAZER, Tom Roe 
FRITSCHNER, John B. 



FUDGE, Mark 
GAINES, Stephen E. 
GEARY, James D. 
GIBSON, Gerald L. 
GILLAND, Lisa M. 
GILLIS Teddy O. 
GLISKER, Barry 
GOBLE, Kelly M. 
GODBEY, Tom 
COINS, Thomas A. 
GOLDEN, Leonard T. 
GORNET, Mary Pat 
GREFER, Thomas J. 
FRIEME, William J. 
GRIFFEY, Ransom N. 
GRIFFIN, Danny 
GROSS, Darren D. 
GRUBBS, Thomas R. 
HACKER, Reuben G. 
HALBERT, Kathy 
HALE, David Charles 
HALL, Jack R. 
HAMILTON, Paul K. 
HAMILTON, Thomas F. 
HANDY, Gene A. 
HARDIN, Phillip M. 
HARGROVE, David L. 
HARKLEROAD, Thomas S. 
HASTE, Fred 
HAUBER, Cheri Leigh 
HAUSE, Martin B. 
HAWKINS, Anthony 
HAWKINS, Thomas L. Sr. 
HAYNES, Stephen 
HEILMAN, Glenn a. 
HENRY, Dennis W. 
HENRY, Tony A. 
HICKS. Floyd E. 
HILPP, Gerald L. 
HOLMES, Ronald Michael 
HOLMES, Lois 
HOLT, Timothy E. 
HOSTETLER, William J. 

HOUCHENS, Joe Danny 

HUDDLESTON, Edgar R. 

HUGHES, Roy S. 

HUMMEL, Joseph G. Jr. 

HUNDLEY, Phinis V. 

HUNT, Larry R. 

HYATT, Robert L. Jr. 

JAMES, Janice Kay 

JENKINS, Herbert 

JOHNSON, Frank 

JONES, John F. Ill 

KELLY, Willard Jay 

KERSHER, William M. 

KERSEY, William Andy 

KING, Chester B. 

KING, Curtis R. 

KOLPEK, David R. 

LAMBERT, Roger W. 

LANE, Marion 

LATKOVSKI, Andy 

LAUBHEIMER, Don T. 

LAWRENCE, Gary S. 

LAWSON, Sonny 

LAWSON, Stan 

LEDFORD, Tom 

LEEP, John B. Jr. 

LENOX, Robert Michael 

LEWIS, Joseph Catron III 

LOONEY, James O. 

LOUDEN, Forrest W. 

(Continued on page 9) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1982 



Boys' State-at-Large 

Champion 

Greenup County High Schooi 




(Led to Right) Bottom Row: Mary Collins, Tammy May. Second Row: Jenny King, Missy Nolte, 
Jonda Hall, Johnda Meadows. Third Row: Niltki Myers, Kim Hunt, Karen Roe, Tracy Ratllff, Angle 
Phillips. 



Girls' State-at-Large 

Champion 

Greenup County l-iigh Schooi 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Kim Fox, Angle Euton, Erin Patterson, MItzie Cade, Leigh Ann Harris, 
Rhonda Taylor. Back Row: Stephanie Kouns, Lori Meadows, Jenny Darnell, Trina Morris. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1982 



Page Five 



BOYS' "SWEET SIXTEEN " 
CHAMPIONS 



GIRLS' "SWEET SIXTEEN" 
CHAMPIONS 



BOYD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL MARSHALL COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 




(Lett to RIgh) Front Row: Lois Bryant, Kellye Stidtiam, 
Teresa Lewallen (Cap.), Anita Gray, Cindy Easterling, 
Kelly Bailey, Second Row: Robin Kittle, Lorl Duley, Top 
Row: Sally Hayes, Angle Marshall. 




(Left to RIgtit) Front Row: Ellzat>etti Farrls, Janna 
Whetsell, Amy Byars, Jennifer Lents, Second Row: Valarl 
Anderson, Jeannette Orr, Tina Butler, Waynette Hendrlck. 



KAPOS NEWS 

STATE TOURNAMENT 

INFORMATION 

Participating cheerleader and sponsor 
registration: all cheerleading squads and/or 
sponsors are asked to stop by the KAPOS table to; 

1. Register your squad 

2. Pick up important information and materials for 
you and your school. 

Along with a KAPOS board member, there will be 
high school cheerleaders on hand to assist you. 
They can be identified by their hostess armbands. 
Feel free to ask them for help, and in turn they may 
seek you and your cheerleaders to be interviewed 
by one of the radio commentators. In order to make 
their task easier, we are asking that you register 
your seat, row and section number. A possible radio 
interview is often mised because the guides could 
not locate the desired person in time for the 
interview. 

Hospitality Room: May we remind all sponsors and 
cheerleaders that KAPOS hosts a Hospitality Room 
for participating cheerleaders. We cordially invite 
you to have refreshments, socialize with friends, 
exchange ideas, and perhaps get help with your 
problems. 

"Sweet 16" Cheerleading Squads: Attention 
Principals! If your team will be participating in the 
State Tournament, included in the packet sent to 
you by the KHSAA will be a letter pertaining to your 
cheerleading squad. Be sure to look for this and 
relay all information to your cheerleader sponsor. 
We request that your cheerleaders be chaperoned 
by a well qualified, school approved adult. 
Verification of this, along with your sponsor's name, 
must be contained in the letter of confirmation 
which you will receive. This letter must be in the 
hands of a KAPOS officer prior to the time that your 
cheerleaders take the floor. 



Important! Please be sure that your school is a 
paid member of KAPOS or pays the fee before their 
first game in order foryoursquad to competeforthe 
cheerleading awards in the State Tournament. The 
winners of these awards will be determined by use 
of the KAPOS Judging Sheet, a copy of which 
appears in the KAPOS Handbook. 

AWARDING OF TROPHIES 

KAPOS is pleased to honor outstanding 
cheerleading squads with the recognition they so 
well deserve. All cheerleader awards will be 
presented between games on Friday night of the 
State Tournament. The awards are as follows: 

The winning cheerleader squad in the Boys' 
Sweet Sixteen will receive the Ted Sanford Trophy; 
in the Girls' Sweet Sixteen the Tom Mills award. The 
runner-up cheerleading squad will receive a trophy, 
with the third and fourth place squads being 
awarded plaques, in addition, the special K-Pep 
Award will be presented. All tournament 
cheerleading squads and their sponsors are asked 
to be located close to the playing floor so they can 
easily come on the floor should they be called for an 
award. 

GOVERNOR BROWN DECLARES 

GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP MONTH 

While every month should be Good 
Sportsmanship Month, KAPOS has always tried to 
put special emphasis on being a good sport at 
tournament time. Being a good sport is part of being 
a good citizen. We don't believe that good citizens 
need to be reminded to exemplify good 
sportsmanship. However, it is especially fitting at 
tournament time to remind all citizens that it is a 
privilege to be albe to attend the games that each 
individual can contribute to the success of the 
tournament if he will abide by the KAPOS 
(Continued on Page 12) 



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SOMERSET HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AA, STATE RUNNER-UP 



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(Taken trom Roster) T. Massey, J. Hamlin, R. Mills, K. Stigall, B. Mays, S. Melkirk, T. Bowling, C. Elswick, B. Floyd, B. 
Hall, T. Glass, W. Mitchell, B. HIgdon, S. Stepliens, B. Perkins, B. Kizer, L. Blankensliip, D. Bobbitt, A. Sexton, C. Purdue, 
S. Flynn, T. Jasper, B. Welchi, D. Wilson. J. Perkins, C. Bacon, C. Girdler, J. Rich, M. Beasley, S. Whitaker, T. Adkins, L. 
Barnes, M. Mounce, K. Coffey, R. Eldridge, S. Price, M. Nelson, D. Correll, S. Vaught, J. Adams, T. Holts, P. Padgett, T. 
Hyden, K. Morrow, J. Guiock, Q. Lucas, T. Schuler, J. Wilds, C. Dills. 

MAYFIELD HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AA, REGION I, WINNER 







|if41fK:|-4;irf;?J^SC^,|Fii^, 



(Taken from Roster) D. Morris, J. Flood, M. Hancock, P. Owens, S. Kuhlman, M. Mitchell, J. Parrott, G. Owens, S. Wynn, 
J. Redd, T. Blalock, K. Powell, M. Moss, M. Poole, T. Smith, J. Dowdy, T. Nail, R. Reed, C. Lee, S. Edwards, R. Hayden, J. 
Prince, R. Berhow, J. Standlfer, D. Ivy, S. Elliott, D. Garland, D. McReynolds, J. Hicks, Gary Sherrili, T. Carlisle, M. Wilman, 
R. Watts, J. Crider, Kenny Hite, G. Norsworthy, G. Green, R. Hobbs, J. Morris, K. Schlossar, D. Hobbs, E. Bransford, C. 
McReynolds, T. Sanders. 

PRESTONSBURG HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AA, REGION IV, WINNERS 




(Taken trom Roster) T. Johnson, B. Hughes, G. Ratllff , T. Nairn, J. Hilton, S. Rice, J. Anderson, J. Wells, R. Mldgette, J. 
Adkins, T. Smith, C. Hooker, B. Pace, J. Little, J. DeRossett, R. Slone, T. George, K. Flanagan, J. Gilliam, E. DeRossett, M. 
Gunter, D. Flanagan, R. Hager, T. Van Dyne, R. Marcum, R. Schoolcraft, B. J. Sturglll, R. Willis, D. Calhoun, R. Tackett, J. 
Frazler, J. Burchett, C. Johnson, B. Gibson, S. Dotson, J. Craft, B. Slone, J. Webb, J. Weddlngton, A. O. Onkst, B. Moore, 
I. Spears, D. Mann, R. Hamilton, C. Johnson. 



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PARIS HIGH SCHOOL 
CLASS A STATE FOOTBALL CHAMPION 




(Lett to RIgtit) T. Merringer, R. Sargent, J. LIvengood, G. Richardson, 0. Crumble, E. Luther, E. Smith, L. Emmons, 
Second Row: D. Johnson, D. Correll, T. Parrish, E. Johnson, J. Jackson, W. Miles, B. Peters, T. Rice, J. Clark. Third Row: 
M. Mack, R. Maggard, S. Stantor, S. Beheler, S. Baker, K. Ayers, K. Brown, M. Coleman, K. Roe, B. Wall. Fourth Row: T. 
Blackburn, R. Clark, S. Scott, D. Wells, H. Hutsell, Marty Coins, B. Clark, M. Chumbley, H. Beheler. Fifth Row: L. Jones, S. 
Whitaker, T. Skeen, B. Henry, T. Reed, M. Brady, H. Poston, K. Jones, R. Marler. Coach: R. Reece, Asst. Coaches: G. 
Sherman, A. Sciubba, R. Carpenter, L. Johnson, W. Brooks 



Paris 27 Owen Co 6 

Paris 20 Harrison Co 

Paris 14 Beechwood 13 

Paris 34 Bourbon Co 7 

Paris 13 Frankfort 2 



Paris 34 Harrodsburg 6 

Paris 34 Paintsville 31 

Pans 20 Berea 6 

Pans 14 Nicholas Co. 13 

Paris 27 Madison 6 



PLAYOFFS 

Paris 7 Frankfort 

Paris 14 Russellville 

Paris 19 Bellevue 7 



MIDDLESBORO HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AA, REGION 
DISTRICT II WINNERS 





(Taken from Rotter) B. Williams, R. Cleveland, B. Matthews, P. Shattuck, R. Chllders, B. Burch, T. Barnes, J. Kyle, B. 
White, C. Heath, B. Taylor, M. Valencia, S. Schneider, M. Smith, R. Burchfield, T. Taylor, C. Uhi, N. Taylor, D. Baker, D. 
Kyle, S. Martin, T. Hensley, T. Ely, T. Mason, M. Evans, D. Lewis, A. Frost, M. Barger, J. Mills, V. Adams, S. Reams, T. 
Poore, E. Turner, G. Johnson, T. Morrison, G. GIvens, B. Bacon, C. Timm. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR FEBRUARY, 1982 



PIKEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS A, REGION IV, WINNERS 




(Taken from Roster) C. Skeens, P. Kimberlain, R. Richards, D. Collins, K. McDonald, R. Justice, G. Taylor, J. Venters, 
C. Ratllff, T. Adkins, T. Coleman, J. Dotson, J. Ratliff, C. Brown, K. Sammons, B. Compton, J. Rowe, K. Mulllns, T. L. 
Lamb, D. Passidomo, J. Steele, K. Brewer, A. Joyce, P. Keene, L. Raschella, J. Cliilders, W. Rutherford, D. Scott, R. 
Sword, D. Thomas, R. Perston, R. Meeley, T. Wright, K. Fields, D. Burchett, M. Billlter, A. Justice, J. Friend, A. Roop, M. 
Westervelt, J. Cauley, H. Chafflns, R. Reed, J. Keathley, M. Blevins, B. Hall, N. Maynard, W. MIms, S. Carlson, C. Mims, J. 
Castle, D. Hamilton, J. Justice. 

FRANKFORT HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS A, REGION III, DISTRICT 2 WINNER 




(Taken from Roster) T. Smith, J. Samuels, O. TIppett, P. Hogan, J. Shepard, W. Williams, W. Harris, C. Bowen, E 
Warren, O. Hopper, B. Ward, R. TInsley, G. Kinney, R. Reed, T. Brooks, J. Wlard, J. Johnson, M. Morris, G. Shean, T. 
Hopper, M. Bryan, K. Underwood, L. Harris, D. Vest, G. Spellers, S. Clark, T. Semones, B. Groves, R. Crabtree, E. 
Shepard, G. Payne, W. Wright, C. Mitchell, J. L. Hornbeck, W. Reed, B. Stivers, A. Smith, T. Muccl. 



BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS A, REGION III, WINNERS 




i9J5.aB2it.ia; 48. 



(Taken from Roster) S. Crittendon, S. Wlkle, T. TIerney , R. Ebert, D. Grau, D. Walz, M. Hatch, B. Auteri, A. Schreiber, R. 
Hurtt, D. Miller, R. Haynes, S. Hatch, M. Sutkamp, T. Norton, R. Swope, R. Held, M. Wormald, J. Quillen, T. Miller, M. 
Rafferty, R. Buckler, G. Berheit, R. Fowee, L. Stephens, G. Maines, R. Winter, S. Apted, B. Schwierjohann, M. King, A. 
Brock, D. Eaton, L. Bemitt, D. Kaelin, T. Kearn, T. Schwierjohann, Coaches: F. Bernler, Asst. Coaches: C. Coleman, W. 
Starnes, S. Hutton, B. Hart. 



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WILLIAMSBURG HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS A, REGION IV, 
DISTRICT 1 WINNERS 




(Left to Right) Front Row: K. Peavley, B. Boyd, T. Coffey, J. Mays, D. Bennett, G. Underwood, B. West, T. Conlln, S. 
Tindle. Second Row: W. Vanover, B. Bryant, R. Williams, J. Brown, H. Chinne, G. Evans, J. Massey, A. Sweet, D. 
Davenport. Third Row: W. Bryant, R. Jones, J. Bowen, M. Sexton, D. Bryant, K. Gilbert, T. Barton, G. Daniels, T. Freeman, 
Fourth Row: J. Moses, J. Taylor, T. Cephas, D. Speicher, T. Barton, J. Combs, B. Johnson, R. Ingram, Fifth Row: V. 
Petrey, R. Jones, K. Bowen, M. Campbell, G. Speicher, J. Steely, S. Watson. 

JOHNS CREEK HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS AA, REGION IV 
DISTRICT I WINNERS 







^.a ^.;^.y^.V>^aB4f 'i5.<?bi,ltv«6.. K-K??i..-|^^| 



(Left to Right) Coaches: B. Thompson, E. Bevlns, H. Phillips, J. Lewis, Mgr**: S. Sawyers, T. Trout, G. Snodgrass, S. 
Snodgrass, S. Trijullo, Front Row: T. Kendrick, T. Bently, J. Meade, B. BIrchfield, V. Marb le, K. Polndexter, G. Shenefleld, 
R. Newson, S. Ray, Second Row: J. Trout, J. Charles, P. Mayard, J. Morrison, S. Sextor), E. Maynard, M. Ghormley, T. 
Maynard, L. Snodgrass, B. McGuire, Third Row: G. Howard, K. Blackburn, B.Morrlcon, B.Taylor, K.Jones, L.Coleman, 
B. Maynard, C. Canada. 




Approved Officials 

(Continued from page 3) 

LUDWIG, Karen A. 
LUTTRELL, Daisy Mae 
LYLES, Larry B. 
McCONAHAY, Rex W. 
McDANIEL, William N. 
McGAVIC, Ronald L. 
McGRATH, Robert C. 
MADDING, 

Raymond Eugene 
MADDOX, Arthur L. 
MALLORY, James 
MANN, Cathleen L. 
MATTINGLY, Terry 
MATUSIAK, Marty 
MAY, Paul Lester 
MEEK, Jeffrey L. 
MEFFORD, W. Craig 
MEREDITH, Granville R. 
MICKEY, Steve 
MILAM, James B. 



MILLS, John Cowles Jr. 
MOLANDS, Lawrence 
MOORE, Ellis Ronnie 
MOORE, N. Dean 
MORRIS, Larry E. 
MORRIS, Tom A. 
MULLINS, Harold D. 
MULLINS, Rafford G. 
NEIGHBORS, James Douglas 
NEWMAN, David 
NEWSOME. Cecil J.r 
NEWSOME, Gerald D. 
NIX, Roger L. 
O'BANION, Cornelius Jr. 
OSBOURN, Vincent P. 
OSER, Larry E. 
PARKER, Lowell D. 
OWENS, Danny L. 
PAGE, Harry P. 
PANDOLFI, Thomas 
PARKER, Steve R. 
PATTERSON, Stanley Everett 
PENICK, Dave R. 
PERKINS, James Melvin 



PEYTON, William C. 
PHIPPS, Charles 
PHIPPS, Dannie Lee 
PICKETT, Kenneth Haden 
PIERCE, Frank D. Jr. 
PONCHOT, Joseph c. 
PORTER, David L. 
PRATHER, Clinton "Turk" 
QUISENBERRY, David 
RATLIFF, Larry 
REES, James B. 
REIF, Harry 
RICE, Ronnie Jay 
RILEY, Jeffrey L. 
ROARK, David W. 
ROBBINS, Michael J. 
ROBERTS, Danny J. 
ROBERTS, Kenneth Ray 
ROGERS, Michael C 
ROUSEY, James P. 
RUSSELL, Allen P. 
RUTLEDGE, David 
RUTLEDGE, Mark 
RYAN, Donald Kevin 



SARGENT, Danny Bruce 
SARGENT, William L. 
SCHMITT, Alvin J. 
SCHMIDT, Charles M. Sr. 
SCHOMAKER, Charles T. 
SCOTT, Emmanuel H. 
SHARZER, Stephen Kent 
SHAW, Don 
SHELTON, Shelah K. 
SIMS, Michael V. 
SIMS, Russell A. 
SKAGGS, Nathan L. 
SLONE, Carson 
SMART, John S. 
SMILEY, Roger L. 
SMITH, Arthur L. 
SMITH, James Beverly 
SMITH, John W. 

(Independence) 
SPAHR, Scott David 
SPEARS, Bobby N. 
SPEARS, Ronnie G. 
SPEARS, Terry Lyie 
STEPHENSON, Joe H. 



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Page Ten 



STETHEN, Mike 
STEVENS, William Terry 
STOBER, Martha J. 
TAYLOR, Jerry D. 
TEEGARDEN, Bill 
TENNILL, Rebecca L. 
TERRY, James M. 
THOMAS. Michael A. 
THOMPSON, Robert E. 
THORNBURY, Cecil Brice 
TICHENOR, Gary N. 
TICKNOR, W. G. 
TINSLEY, R. Steve 
TOLLIVER, Jerry L. 
TRAPP. Charles W, 
TUCKER, Charles N. 
UMFRESS, Lynda 
UPCHURCH, Donald Mark 
VANCE, G. Scott 
VANHOOSE, Charles K. 
Van HOOSER, Phillip 
VARNEY, Gregory 
VAUGHT, Marvin W, 
VEACH, Gary W. 
VITO, Paul Harding Jr. 
WADE, Charles O. 
WAGONER, James A. 



WALKER, Keith L. 
WASHINGTON, Eugene C. 
WASHNOCK, Richard L. 
WEINEL, Timothy W. 
WHEELER, Milton L. 
WHITE, Curtis E. 
WHITE, David 
WHITESIDE, Ronald 
WHITTAKER, Wallace E. 
WILKIE, Craig 
WILLETT, Joseph L. 
WILILAMS, Frank 
WILSON, Larry E. 
WISE, Gary L. 
WITT, Robert 
WIXSON, Bobby 
WOODRUM, James W. 
WOOLRIDGE, James L. 
WOOSLEY, William Travis 
WOOTEN, Danny R. 
WRIGHT, Gary L. 
WRIGHT, Nancy L. 
WYCHULIS, Beth B. 
YANCEY, Delbert L. 
YANN, Gerald R. 
YEISER, Gerald N. 
YORK, Marva L. 



CERTIFIED BASKETBALL OFFICIALS 



ADAMS, Beverly 
ADAMS, James C. 
ADKINS, Madison L. 
ALLEN, Jeffrey L. 
ALLEN, Tom E. 
ALLEN, Yvon 
ANDERS, Raleigh A. 
ANDERSON, Ralph 
APPLING, James 
ARNOLD, James R. 
ASHER, Ralph 
ASHURST, Michael 
ATZINGER, Phyllis 
BAIR, David J. 
BAKER, Janice F. 
BALDWIN, Charles Philip 
BALL, Charles Philip 
BANKS, Buddy 
BARNES, Barry L. 
BARNES, Conrad 
BARNES, Roger L. 
BARTLEY, Joseph R. 
BASLER, Mel L. 
BAUMANN, Michael G. 
BEARD Charles H. 
BECK, Robert E. 
BECKNER, Gene 
BELL, Charence T. 
BELL, Gregory 
BELL, Henry 
BELL, Ronald Keith 
BERTRAND, Earl F. 
BERTSCH, Ronald L. 
BESHEARS, James T. 
BEVINS, Wallace I. 
BILLIPS, Douglas A. 
BOGAR, Joseph D. 
BOHANON, Alan K. 
BOISTURE, Roy W. 
BOUCHER, Larry G. Jr. 
BOYD, Thomas P. 
BRANHAN, George 



BRANSTETTER, Charles E. 
BRANTLEY, Delmer L. 
BRASHEAR, Loy R. 
BREWER, Charles A. 
BREWER, Jerry I. 
BREWER, Lloyd 
BRIDGES, Ralph L. 
BROCK, Jack W. 
BROCKMAN, Gerald K. 
BROTHERS, Dorothy L. 
BROWN, Barry 
BROWN, John W. 
BROWN, Judy C. 
BROWN, Michael R. 
BROWN, Stevan J. 
BROWN, Wendell 
BROWNING, D. Wayne 
BRUNR, Jack C. 
BRYANT, Jimmy 
BUERGER, Timothy W. 
BUGG, James M. 
BULLOCK. Larry E. 
BURKART, Robert L. 
BURKEEN. Phillip C. 
BUTCHER. Stephen D. 
BYARS. Don W. II 
CAMACHO. Marcus 
CAMPBELL. Dexter L. 
GARDEN. L. Gene 
CARLTON, Robert W. 
CARNES, Darwin D. 
CARPENTER, Jasper 
CARTER, J. Michael 
CASEY, Ancie L. 
CASH, Charles C. 
GATES, Bill 
CATRON, Ken 
CECIL, J. Ronald 
CENTERS, Mike 
CHAPPIE, Charles A. 
CHASTEEN. Rick 
CLARK. James K. 
COFFMAN. Steve 



COLLEY, Lynn W. 
COLLIER, Burnard 
COLLINS, Hubert 
COMBS, Henry B. 
COMPTON, Al H. 
COOK, Chandlar D. 
COPLEY, Sidney M. 
CORNELISON, Michael R. 
COX, James M. 
COX, Kenneth E. Jr. 
COX, Rufus A. 
CRICK, Dwaine 
CRISP. Jackie Day 
CROSS, Roger 
CRUME, Jane B. 
CRUTCHER, James M. 
CRUTCHER. Curt 
CUNDIFF. Curt 
CUNNINGHAM, Robert L. 
CUPP, Jackie R. 
CURRY, Randall 
DAMRON, Adam G. 
DANIEL, Roger T. 
DANT, Joseph B. 
DAVIS, Bobby W. 
DAVIS, Harold T. 
DAVIS. Jay W. 
DAVIS. John C. 
DAVIS. Thomas 
DAY. Jack L. 
DAY, Richard W. 
DECKER, Jim 
DECKER, Neil T 
DELANEY. William 
DENHAM. Edward G. 
DENTON, Calvin R. 
DEVARY. Bill 
DIVINE. Wayne L. 
DIXON. Billy M. 
DIXON. Ronald R 
DOLL, E Allen SFC 
DOSSETT, Mac L. 
DOWNS. Joseph W. 
DOZIER. Dennis 
DRISKELL. Earl Jr. 
DUFF. Birchell 
DURBIN. Hade Jr. 
DUVALL, Thomas J. Sr. 
DYKE, Orville D. 
EADS, Ronald L. 
EAST. William L. 
EAVES. James K. 
EBEL. Jack 
EDWARDS. Wayne D. 
ELLIOTT. Michael C. 
EMMONS. Guy W. 
ENSSLIN. Charles W. 
ESTES, Walter R. 
EVANS, Lewis 
EVERLY, Phyllis J. 
FARLEY, Jimmy 
FEATHERSTONE, Jerry 
FEGER, George 
FELTNER, Danny 
FIELDS, Rufus Jr. 
FINLEY, James H. 
FLESCH, Jerome P, 
FLETCHER, John C. 
FLORENCE. Joseph 
FOX. Joanna 
FRANCIS. James F. 
FRAZIER, Mac 
FREPPON, Thomas E. 
FRITZ, John C. 
GABBARD, John P. 



GABBARD, Raymond Jr. 
GADDIE, Gary 
GARDNER, Gary M. 
GATTERDAM, Ed L. 
GENTRY. Dale J. 
GEURIN, Joe D. Jr. 
GIBBONS, Michael L. 
GIBSON, Gary F. 
GIBSON, Russell K. 
GILBERT, Gerald L. 
GILLESPIE, Vicky L. 
GOLDEY, William H. ~- 
GORDON, Dwight 
GORDON, James W. 
GORDON, Roy T. 
GORRELL, Howard 
GREATHOUSE, Frank F. 
GREEN, Donald P. 
GREENE. James B. 
GREGG, Lonnie A. 
GREY, Don 
GRIFFIN, David 
GRIFFITH, Michael R. 
GUPTON. George 
GUPTON. Lawrence 
GUTHRIE, F. Gilliam 
HAAS, Tom V. 
HACKETT, Wilber L. 
HAINLINE, Charles C. 
HALL, Donald W. 
HALL, Richard G. 
HALL, Ted 
HALL, Tommy 
HALL, William W. 
HAMM, Gerald A. 
HAMM, Ritchie 
HAMMOCK. Don L. 
HAMMONS. George 
HAMPTON. Doug 
HARDIN, Don G. 
HARGIS, Noel K. 
HARPER, James A. 
HART, Peggy J. 
HATFIELD, Daniel E. 
HATFIELD, Robert M. 
HAWKINS, Donald H. 
HAWKINS, Stewart D. 
HAYES, James V. 
HEAD. Jack B. Jr 
HECKEL. Charles A. 
HECKEL, Richard 
HENDERSON, Roger A. 
HENDREN, James W. 
HENSON, Don R. 
HICKEY, Thomas L. 
HICKEY, Thomas R. 
HICKS, S. Gene 
HIGDON, Sam 
HILL. James H. 
HILTON, Billy 
HITEN, Mark S. 
HOBBS, Charles V. Jr. 
HOLLAND, David L. 
HOLMES, R. Eddie 
HOLT, Larry K. 
HOLT, Robert E. 
HOLT, Ronald J. 
HOLT, Terrell 
HOPSON, James E. 
HOUCHENS, Tom 
HOUK, Jackie 
HOURIGAN, Timothy A. 
HOWARD, Dwight W. 
HOWARD, James D. 
HUBBARD, Oscar M. 



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HUGHES, Brenda L. 
HUMMEL, Thomas J. 
HUNT, William Gordon 
IDOL, Billy Joe 
ISHAM, Buford 
JACKSON, Dennis 
JACKSON, Robert H. 
JACKSON, Stephen A. 
JANSEN, Jean Ann 
JEFFERS, Stephen E. 
JENKINS, Berney 
JENNINGS, Jeffrey M. 
JENT, Richard L. 
JOHNS, James E. 
JOHNSON. James M. 
JOHNSON, Jerry Lee 
JOHNSON, Kenneth R. 

(Lexington) 
JOHNSON, W. Lynn 
JOHNSON, Walter 
JOHNSON, W. Michael 
JONES, Denver 
JONES, Frank 
JONES, Ken L. 
KAZUNAS, Gerald L. 
KELLAM, Steven L. 
KEMPER, Nancy 
KESSINGER. Michael W. 
KIRK, Charles 
KISTNER, Gary L. 

(Louisville) 
KLUEPFEL, Joseph C; 
KLUMP, William R. 
KNAUER, Glen 
KOUNS, Robert H. 
KRISTOF, David 
LAMASTUS, Randall 
LAMBERT, Irvin 
LASHLEY, Dan 
LATHAM, Billy D. 
LAWSON, Rondell 
LAYNE, Bert 
LEE, Charles V. 
LEE, David 
LETCHER, Ronnie 
LIGGETT, Ernest J. 
LILE, Clyde F. 
LONG, James E. 
LONG, Robert F. 
LONG, William H. 
LOPERFIDO, Richard O. 
LUSBY, George 
McANALLY, Tom 
McCARLEY, John W. 
McCarthy, Steven M. 
McCLURE, Jerry 
McCOWAN, Connell 
MCDOWELL, Benny D. 
McGINTY, L.B. Jr. 
MclNTOSH, Carl W. 
McKENZIE, Dw/ight E. 
McMILLIN, Larry L. 
McNULTY, Bob 

Mcpherson, Lanny p. 

McPIKE, Ray S. Jr. 
MADDOX, Robert 
MADISON, James H. 
MAINES, George E. 
MARQUETTE, Ralph L. Jr. 
MARTIN, Terry J. 
MAXEY, V. Michail 
MAXEY, Richard E. 
MENSER, Scott 
MEREDITH, Wilmoth Billy 



MEYER, DaveW. (Newport) 
MIDDLETON, John W. 
MILLER, Harold P. 
MITCHELL, Curtis N. 
MOHR, Thomas W. Jr. 
MONKS, Ronald E. 
MONTGOMERY. Chester M. 
MOORE, Franklin Bud 
MOORE. Maryin 
MOORE. Robert 
MOORE. Ronald A. 
MOORMAN. Thomas P. 
MORGAN. Charles B. Jr. 
MORGAN. Richard 
MORRIS. Bobby 
MORRIS, Edw/ard C. 
MORRIS, John C. 
(Pendleton) 
MORRISON. Daniel G. 
MORSE. Richard K. Sr. 
MOSER, Rudy C. 
MOSLEY. David 
MULLINS. William B. 

(Lexington) 
MURDACH. Leslie L. 
MURRELL. Allen L. 
MURT, GeneT. 
MYERS. Ronald J. 
NASH, Rick C. 

NELLIGAN. Michael L. 

NEWMAN. William O. 

NEWTON. Dennis W. 

OGDEN, Paul J. Jr. 

OSBORNE. Ronnie 

OVERSTREET. Walter R 

OWENS. Bruce E. 

OWENS. Pete B. 

OWENS. Ronnie L. 

OWSLEY. Robert T. 

PAITSEL. James D Jr. 

PARKEY, Cecil Ed 

PEAK. Barbara A. 

PEARL. George W. Jr. 

PELPHREY. Joe D. 

PERCELL. Danny L. 

PERRY. Charles E. 

PETERS. Fred E. 

PEYTON. William R. 
(Pleasureville) 

PICKRELL, Jerry 

PIETROWSKI, Paul 

PLUMMER. William B. 

POE. Thomas E. (Buddie) 

POLLY. Rex 

POWELL. Billy R. 

PROFFITT. Carlie M. 

PURCELL. Ken 

RADJUNAS. Ed 

RADJUNAS, John 

RAMEY, Gary R. 

RAYMER, Don L. 

READ. Ray V. 

READER. Robert N. 

REDLE. Joel E. 

REFFITT. Tommy E. 

REVIS. David G. 

RHODES. Cecil 

RICH. Dennis W. 

RINGSTAFF. Roy G, 

RITCHIE, William H. 

ROESEL. Joseph F. 

ROGERS. Rufus B. 

ROUSE. Thomas L. 

RUNYON. Tommy D. 



RUSSELL, Clement 
SALYER, Henry E. 
SANDERS, John David 
SAYLORS, Carlee 
SCHNEIDER, Donald P. 
SCOTT, Jerry L. 
SEARS, Wilson 
SEAVERS. Joe 
SELLIER. Edward F. 
SELVY. Curt 
SHAKE, Kenneth L. 
SHAW, Earl 
SHEPHERD. Larry N 
SHIELDS. Donald C. 
SHUCK, Thomas G. 
SIGLER, E. Susie 
SIMPSON. F DeLane 
SIMPSON. James H. 
SIMS, Frank D. 
SINGLETON, Bobby 
SKAGGS, Bobby L. 
SKAGGS, Robert L. 
SMALLWOOD, Talmadge 
SMILEY, James F. (Ulvah) 
SMITH, Benny L. 
SMITH, Bruce E. 
SMITH. Gary 
SMITH. Ronald A. 
SMITH, Ronald K. 
SMITH, William E. 
SOWDER. Bill D, 
SPAHR, David L. 
SPALDING, Randall J. 
SPARROW. John A. 
SPENCER, Irvin E. 
SPOONAMORE, Jim 
STARK, Allan D. 
STARK, Douglas O. 
STEPHENSON, Harry S. 
STETHEN, James E. 
STEVENSON, Michael G. 
STEWART, William J. . 
STIKELEATHER, Clyde L 
STOKER. Steven B. 
STOKES. Cubb R. 
STOKES. Tommy G. 
STONE. Kenneth W. 
STONE, Sidney P. 
STORY. John B. 
STOVALL. Cathy 
STRAIN, Richard P. 
STRANS, William W 
STRONG, Charles E. Jr. 
STUDLE, Ronald 
STUEDLE. Raymond V. Sr 
SULLIVAN, Dan L. 
SUMNER, Carl 
SWITZER, Richard J. Jr. 
SWOPE, Thomas R. 
SZYPER, Richard T. 



TAYLOR, Bill 
TAYLOR, Donald D. Sr. 
THOMAS, Ben E. 
THOMAS, Billy G. 
THOMAS. Durwood C. 
THOMAS. Leonard A. 
THOMPSON. Charles A, 
THOMPSON. Gary 
THOMPSON. Jerry W. 
THOMPSON. Joe 
THOMPSON. Thomas A. 
THOMPSON. Thomas D. 
THOMSON. Cecil W. 
THORNBERRY. Gary E. 
TINDALL. Cliff 
TINSLEY. Marion F. 
TUCKER. Phillip A. 
TURNER, Keenan V. 
TURPIN, Donald W. 
TURPIN, Ronald D. 
URLAGE, Richard C. 
VANCE. Hunter 
VANOVER. J.W. 
VAUGHN. Ronald B. 
VINCENT. Jack 
VINSON. Ray T. 
VORIES. Gary 
VORIES. Kent 
VORIES, Richard 
WADE, Kent 
WADE. Sharon A. 
WAGES. Robert P 
WALLACE. John 
WALLEN. Wendell L. 
WEBER. Thomas C. 
WEBSTER. Norman E. 
WEIHE. Robert J. 
WEINER, Richard A. 
WESTERMAN, Carol 
WEYER. James 
WHITAKER, Charles W. 
WHITE. William L. 
WILLIAMS. Bobby G. 
WILLIAMS. Buford W. 
WILLIAMS. Donald L. 
WILLIAMS. Gary L. 
WILLIAMS. Gregory M. 
WILLIAMS. James A. 
WILLIAMS. Roger 
WILSON. Kenneth H. 
WILSON, Paul 
WILSON. Plomer C. Jr. 
WILSON, William B. 
WINCHESTER, Roy L 
WINFREY. William Shelby 
WOLFE. Dennis R. 
WOOSLEY. Donald R. 
WOOTON. George B. 
WRIGHT. Robert T. 
YEOMAN, George T. 



Minutes 

(Continued from page 1) 

Davidson moved, seconded by Charles Black, that 
the material and study of this By-Law be turned over 
to the All-Sports Committee for further study and 
recommendation. The motion passed unanimously. 
There v^/as a discussion on a possible proposal to 
be presented to the State Board of Education for 
consideration giving the K.H.S.A.A. Board of 
Control the authority to penalize employees of a 



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local Board of Education who have been found 
guilty of violating rules and regulations of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association. The 
Board suggested that a committee meet with the 
Commissioner to discuss the wording of this 
proposal. J. D. Minnehan, John Brock, Charles 
Miller and Charles Black volunteered to work on this 
proposal with with Commissioner. 

Mr. Mills informed the Board that the requested 
soccer survey had been completed. He reported 
that 24 memljer schools indicated that they would 
prefer that the K.H.S.A.A. sponsor soccer as a fall 
sport while 18 indicated a preference for the spring 
season. Soccer is presently being sponsored as a 
spring sport. After discussing the results of the 
survey, John Brock moved, seconded by Bob 
Rogers, that the matter be referred to the All-Sports 
Committee for further study and recommendation. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

John Brock moved, seconded by Whaylon 
Coleman, that By-Law 3, Scholarship, be waived in 
favor of those seniors whose family situation, loss of 
a parent and need for deceased social security 
benefits mandate their enrollment in college prior to 
May 1, 1982. The motion carried unanimously. 

After a discussion on a recommendation of the 
Golf Committee Eldon Davidson moved, seconded 
by Fairce Woods, that a survey be sent to the 
K.H.S.A.A. member schools concerning interest in 
changing the season in golf from spring to fall. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

John Brock moved, seconded by Robie Harper, 



that the Board of Control go into closed session. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Following the closed session, John Brock moved, 
seconded by Charles Miller, that the 
recommendation on salaries for the Administrative 
Staff and Office Manager for 1982-83 be approved 
as submitted by the Staff Committee. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Following a lengthy discussion on the 
investigation made at Owensboro High School and 
Apollo High School by Billy V. Wise in the Derek 
Bowman case, Eldon Davidson moved, seconded 
by John Brock, to accept Mr. Wise's 
recommendation that By-Law 10, Undue Influence, 
was not violated by representatives of either of the 
above named schools in this case. It was suggested 
by the Board that the administrators in our member 
schools explain their athletic programs to their 
student body in the schools and not in their homes. 
The motion carried by a vote of 9 in favor with 1 
abstention (Whaylon Coleman). 

The next meeting of the Board of Control will be 
held at the Hyatt Regency, Lexington, on March 26, 
1982, at 9:00 A.M. 

Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Fairce Woods, 
that the bills for the period beginnig November 1 
and ending December 30, 1981, be approved. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

There being no further business Charles Black 
moved, seconded by Fairce Woods, that the 
meeting be adjourned. The motion passed 
unanimously. 



(Continued from Page 5) 

Sportsmanship Creed proclaimed by Governor 
Brown. The Governor's proclamation is on display 
at the KAPOS table. 

STATE-AT-LARGE CHAMPIONS 

Recognition is annually given to cheerleading 
squads other than those sixteen fortunate enough 
to participate with their teams in the State 
Tournament. The winner will receive the Jane Meyer 
trophy, while the runner-up will receive the 
President's Trophy. Plaques will be given to the 
third and fourth place squads. 

Beginning at the district level, all squads that are 
KAPOS members are eligible to be judged for the 
honor of representing their district in the KAPOS 
Region-At-Large cheerleading competition. The 
winner and runner-up of each district will progress 
to the region. In turn the girls' varsity winner and the 
boys' winner and runner-up from each region is 
allowed to compete for the title of State-At-Large 
Cheerleading Champions. 

Judging for the Girls' State-At-Large winners will 
take place at 8:00 A.M., on Saturday, March 20, in 
the Madison Central High School gymnasium, 705 
North Second Street, Richmond. Judging for the 
Boys' State-At-Large winners will take place at 8:30 
A.M. on Friday, March 26, and at 8:30 A.M., 
Saturday, March 27 in Memorial Coliseum on the 
campus of the University of Kentucky, Lexington. 
The public is invited to these outstanding events. 
The admission charge of $2.00 for adults and $1.00 
for students will go toward the expenses of the 



KAPOS scholarship award, details of which are 
supplied below. 

At the conclusion of the judging, trophies will be 
awarded to the top four squads, in addition to 
several special awards. 

NOTE TO ALL ADMINISTRATORS 

Many of you have responded to our SOS in 
releasing teaching personnel to assist with the 
many tasks necessary to keep this organization 
functioning effectively. 

Again, we need judges and personnel to help at 
the tournament. This involves at least 12 to 15 
people. It is also backbreaking, tiresome work. 
However, we have many dedicated persons who 
have indicated a willingness to help share these 
duties provided thay get a release from their 
administrators. Therefore, the KAPOS board is 
seekng your understanding and cooperation should 
you be asked to release a teacher from her duties to 
help carry on the work that KAPOS is doing to make 
cheerleading a worthwhile educational experience 
in the State of Kentucky. 

STELLA S. GILB SCHOLARSHIP 

KAPOS is happy to annually award the Stella S. 
Gilb Scholarship to an outstanding and well- 
deserving cheerleader from Kentucky. One of your 
cheerleaders may be a potential scholarship winner, 
so get your applications in early. Applications must 
be turned in no laterthan April 15. Contacta KAPOS 
board member or officer for application forms, or 
pick them up at the State Tournament KAPOS 
Table. 



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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of tfie 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIV— NO. 8 



MARCH, 1982 



$2.00 Per Year 



MINUTES OF THE BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association met at the Executive 
Inn-East, Louisville, Friday, January 22, 1982. The 
meeting was called to order by President J.D. 
Minnehan at 9:00 A.M. with all Board members. 
Commissioner Tom Mills, Assistant Commissioners 
Brigid DeVries, Louis Stout and Billy V. Wise 
present. Conley Manning was present representing 
the State Department of Education. The invocation 
was given by Alvis Johnson. 

Charles Black moved, seconded by Eldon 
Davidson, that the minutes of the November 28, 
1981, meeting of the Board be approved. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

President Minnehan introduced Prin. Don Hines 
of Frankfort High School. Mr. Hines spoke to the 
Board on behalf of the schools in District 41, 
requesting that they be moved from Region 11 to 
Region 8. President Minnehan informed Mr. Hines 
that the Basketball Committee had met and 
considered his written proposal along with others 
received and would be making recommendations to 
the full Board during the meeting. 

Prin. Arnold Marshall of Boyle County High 
School and Prin. Bob Anderson of Casey County 
High School spoke to the Board requesting that 
they reconsider the enforcement of By-Law 10, 
Undue Influence, in the case of Arthur Hanson, a 
student at Pulaski County High School. After a 
lengthy discussion Fairce Woods moved, seconded 
by Eldon Davidson, that Mr. Marshall and Mr. 
Anderson meet with the Commissioner and his 
Assistants at the K.H.S.A.A. Building in Lexington 
as soon as possible to discuss their request. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

President Minnehan introduced Prin. August 
Pisa, Mr. Jim Wallace and Woody Woodall of Trigg 
County High School. They spoke to the Board 
requesting their consideration in lifting the 
suspension imposed on Trigg County High School 
for violation of By-Law 17, Unsportsmanship 
Conduct, on October 30 in a football game with 
Heath High School. Following the presentation and 
a lengthy discussion thereof, Charles Miller moved, 
seconded by Whaylon Coleman, that the decision of 
the Commissioner be upheld in this case. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

Supt. Jack Rose of Calloway County Schools 
spoke to the Board on behalf of the Calloway 
County High School requesting that Mayfield High 
School not be moved from District 3 to District 4. 
After a lengthy presentation John Brock moved, 
seconded by Charles Miller, that the matter be 
referred to the Basketball Committee for further 
consideration. The motion carried unanimously. 

Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise reported that the 
pre-tournament ticket sales for both boys and girls 
state basketball tournaments exceed those of last 
year. 

The members of the Basketball Committee 
discussed at length with the Board members their 
recommendations on the basketball district and 



region re-alignments. In making the changes in the 
basketball re-alignment the Committee members 
explained that they considered the need for re- 
alignment first and then the geographical location 
of the schools as the determining factors. The 
Basketball Committee submitted the following 
proposed changes in the districts and regions for 
the school year 1982-83; Todd County from District 
8, Region 2 to District 13, Region 4; McLean County 
from District 9, to District 12; Butler County from 
District 12, Region 3, to District 13, Region 4. Robie 
Harper moved, seconded by Alvis Johnson, that the 
recommendations of the Basketball Committee be 
accepted. The motion carried unanimously. 

Following a lengthy discussion on the proposed 
changes in Regions 11 and 12, Alvis Johnson 
moved, seconded by John Brock, that the 
Basketball Committee recommendations made for 
Region 11 and 12 be accepted for the 1982-83 
school year. The motion carried unanimously. The 
new alignment for Regions 11 and 12 is as follows: 



Region XI 

D. 41 Frankfort 

Franklin County 
Western Hills 
Woodford County 

D. 42 Jessamine County 
Lexington Catholic 
Sayre 

D. 43 Bryan Station 
Lafayette 
Henry Clay 
Tates Creek 

D. 44 Berea 
Madison 
Madison Central 
Model 



Region XII 

D. 45 Boyle County 
Danville 
Kentucky School 

f/t Deaf 
Lincoln County 

D. 46 Burgin 

Garrard County 
Harrodsburg 
Mercer County 

D. 47 McCreary Central 
Monticello 
Russell County 
Wayne County 

D. 48 Casey County 
Laurel County 
Pulaski County 
Somerset 



The All-Sports Committee reported on their 
recommendations for a state-wide fee structure for 
baseball. Upon a motion by Alvis Johnson and 
second by Eldon Davidson, the folloyi^ing fee 
structure was accepted by a unanimous vote of the 
Board: 15<t; per mile per car for all travel over 75 
miles, $20.00 regular season play, $35.00 regular 
season double header, $22.50 for district play, 
$27.50 for regional and the first round of the state 
and $32.00 for the four final games of the state. 
Assigning Secretaries are instructed to assign 
officials from the same general location in order to 
cut down on travel expense. 

After a discussion on a proposal to change By- 
Law 27, Limitation of Seasons, and placing a limit on 
the number of baseball and softball games. Eldon 
Davidson moved, seconded by Charles Black, that 

Continued 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1982 



MARCH, 1982 VOL. XLIV— NO. 8 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
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for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
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Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to : 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President J, D, Minnehan (1978-1982) LaGrange 

Vice-President Fairce O. Woods (1979-1983) Flemingsburg 

Directors Charles D. Black (1980-1984) 

Barbourviiie; John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead; WInaylon 
Coleman (1980-1984) Owensboro; Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) 
Monticelio: Robie Harper. Jr. (1979-1983) Drakesboro; Alvis 
Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg; Charles Miller (1981-1982) 
Pleasure Ridge Park; Robert L Rogers (1981-1985) Barlow; Conley 
Manning, State Department of Education representative. 
Subscription Rate $2.00 per year 



the material and study of this By-Law be turned over 
to the All-Sports Committee for further study and 
recommendation. The motion passed unanimously. 

There was a discussion on a proposal to present to 
the State Board of Education that would give the 
K.H.S.A.A. Board of Control the authority to 
penalize employees of a local Board of Educaiton 
who have been found guilty of violating rules and 
regulations of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association. The Board suggested that a committee 
meet with the Commissioner to discuss the 
wording of this proposal. J.D. Minnehan, John 
Brock, Charles Miller and Charles Black 
volunteered to work on this proposal with the 
Commissioner. 

Mr. Mills Informed the Board that the requested 
soccer survey had been completed. He reported 
that 24 member schools indicated that they would 
prefer that the K.H.S.A.A. sponsor soccer as a fall 
sport while 18 indicated a preference for the spring 
season. Soccer is presently being sponsored as a 
spring sport. After discussing the results of the 
survey, John Brock moved, seconded by Bob 
Rogers, that the matter be referred to the All-Sports 
Committee for further study and recommendation. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

John Brock moved, seconded by Whaylon 
Coleman, that By-Law 3, Scholarship, be waived 
in favor of those seniors whose family situation, loss 
of parent and need for deceased social security 
benefits mandate their enrollment in college prior to 
May 1, 1982. The motion carried unanimously. 

After a discussion on a recommendation of the 
Golf Committee Eldon Davidson moved, seconded 
by Fairce Woods, that a survey be sent to the 
K.H.S.A.A. member schools concerning changing 
the season In golf from spring to fall. The motion 
passed unanimously. 



John Brock moved, seconded by Roble Harper, 
that the Board of Control go Into closed session. 
The motion carried unanimously. 

Following the closed session, John Brock moved, 
seconded by Charles Miller, that the 
recommendation on salaries for the Administrative 
Staff and Office Manager for 1982-83 be approved 
as submitted by the Staff Committee. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Following a lengthy discussion on the 
Investigation made at Owensboro High School and 
Apollo High School by Billy V. Wise In the Derek 
Bowman case, Eldon Davidson moved, seconded 
by John Brock, to accept Mr. Wise's 
recommendation that By-Law 10, Undue Influence, 
was not violated by representatives of either of the 
above named schools In this case. It was suggested 
by the Board that the administrators In our member 
schools explain their athletic programs to their 
student body in the schools not In their homes. The 
motion carried by a vote of 9 In favor with 1 
abstention (Whaylon Coleman). 

The next meeting of the Board of Control will be 
held at the Hyatt Regency, Lexington, on March 26, 
1982, at 9:00 A.M. 

Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Fairce Woods, 
that the bills for the period beginning November 1 
and ending December 30, 1981, be approved. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

There being no further business Charles Black 
moved, seconded by Fairce Woods, that the 
meeting be adjourned. The motion passed 
unanimously. 



From the Commissioner's Office 



SPRING MEETS 1982 

Tentative dates have been setforth various spring meets 
and tournaments in fencing, rifle marksmanship, baseball, 
track, golf, soccer and tennis. They are as follows: 

April 3, State Rifle Marksmanship 
State Fencing Tournament 

April 16, Delegate Assembly Meets 

May 3, Regional Golf Tournament 

May 3-8, District Baseball Tournaments 

May 8, Regional Track Meets 

May 11-12, State Golf Tournaments 

May 11-15, Regional Baseball Tournaments 

May 15, Semi-Final State Track Meet 

May 22, Final Track State Meet 

May 21-22, Regional Tennis Tournaments 

May 20-21, State Baseball Tournaments (first round) 

May 24-29, State Soccer Tournament 

May 27-28, State Baseball Tournament (semi-finals 
and finals) 

May 28-29, State Tennis Tournament 

RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP 

Rifle Marskmanship will be held at Jeffersontown High 
School, Jeffersontown, Kentucky. Starting time is to be at 
8:00 a.m. on April 3, 1982. For information contact 1st Sgt. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1982 



PAGE THREE 



Robert Ebert, at Jeffersontown High School, who will 
manage the Meet. The following schools have indicated 
they will have rifle marksmanship: 

Blefry, Bourbon County, Bowling Green, Breathitt 
County, Calloway County, Eastern, Fern Creek, Fort Knox, 
Greenup County, Iroquois, Jeffersontown, Lawrence 
County, McCreary Central, Male, Mason County, MM. I., 
Owensboro, Paul B. Blazer, Whitley County. 



FENCING INFORMATION 

The State Fencing Meet will be held at Atherton High 
School, Louisville, Kentucky on April 3, 1982, registration 
is at 10:00 a.m. The tournament will be held in the summer 
auditorium. 

For more information contact WE. Long, Myers Middle 
School, Louisville, Kentucky 40218; 502/456-5510. 

The following schools have indicated they will have 
fencing: 

Atherton, Fort Knox, Lafayette, McCreary Central, Male, 
Oneida Baptist Institute, Sacred Heart, Seneca, Tates 
Creek. 



State Outstanding Wre8tler-1982 




Todd King, Fern Creek High School 



State Wrestling Results 

The Atherton High School, Louisville, was the site 
for the State Wrestling Tournament held on 
February 19-20, 1982. Orville Williams of Seneca 
High School and Gene Minton of Atherton High 
School were managers of the Tournament. Some of 
the team results are as follows: 



Union County 13072, Waggener 115, Scott 91, 
Boone County 75%, Christian County 70, 
Hopkinsville 6972, Fort Campbell 67, Woodford 
County 61, Conner 55, Danville, 53, Jeffersontown 
39, Fern Creek 29y2, West Hardin SBVi, Trinity 3472, 
Tates Creek 2972. 

Individual winners in each weight class are as 
follows: 98 lb. Hart (Fort Campbell), 105 lb. Lovell 
(Union County), 112 lbs. Smith (Union County), 119 
lbs. Ervin (Union County), 126 lbs. King (Fern 
Creek), 132 lbs. Mulcahy (Boone County), 138 lbs. 
Robb (Boone County), 145 lbs. Chaney (Danville), 
155 lbs. Stevens (Trigg County), 167 lbs. Little 
(Jeffersontown), 185 lbs. Thornton (Woodford 
County), Heavyweight, Beakes (Waggener). 



State Gymnastics Results 

Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, was the 
site for the Gymnastics competition held on 
February 20, 1982. Alane Mills managed the girls' 
tournament and Jim Nance managed the boys' 
tournament. Dr. Gerald Calkin was the overall meet 
manager and Dr. Hal Holmes was in charge of 
officials. 

Girls 

Team Finish: Lafayette, 98.7; Presentation 98.2; 
Kentucky Country Day, 98.1; Paris, 78.75; Mercy 
Academy, 77.0 

Vaulting: Kim Magre, Mercy Academy, 8.85; 
Angela Roberts, Kentucky Country Day, 8.75; Mary 
Ann Jaggers, Mercy Academy, 8.6; Maribeth 
Anderson, Lafayette, 8.5; Belinda Baker, Tates 
Creek, 8.45; Diane Seay, Presentation, 8.25. 

Uneven Bars: Kim Magre, Mercy Academy, 9.4; 
Diane Seay, Presentation, 8.9; Mary Ann Jaggers, 
Mercy Academy, 8.8 (J.D.); Maribeth Anderson, 
Lafayette, 8.8 (J.D.); Angela Foushee, Kentucky 
Country Day, 8.6; Jean Baines, Presentation, 8.55. 

Balance Beam: Angela Roberts, Kentucky 
Country Day, 8.9; Kim Magre, Mercy Academy, 8.8; 
Maryann Jaggers, Mercy Academy, 8.45; Susan 
Meshako, Lafayette, 8.35; Angela Foushee, 
Kentucky Country Day, 8.3; Diane Seay, 
Presentation, 8.1 (J.D.) 

Floor Exercise: Belinda Baker, Tates Creek, 8.95; 
Maribeth Anderson, Lafayette, 8.9; Angela Roberts, 
Kentucky Country Day, 8.75; Kim Magre, Mercy 
Academy, 8.6; Maryann Jaggers, Mercy Academy; 
8.5; Angela Foushee, Kentucky Country Day, 8.45; 
Cheryl Moore, Western Hills, 8.45. 

All-Around: Kim Magre, Mercy Academy, 35.75; 
Angela Roberts, Kentucky Country Day, 34.55; 
Maryann Jaggers, Mercy Academy, 34.35; Maribeth 
Anderson, Lafayette, 33.95; Dianne Seay, 
Presentation, 33.35; Belinda Baker, Tates Creek, 
33.30. 

Boys 

Team Finish: Marion County, 113.417; Bryan 
Station, 109.375; Tates Creek, 109.108; Lafayette, 
104.742. 

Parallel Bars: David Bailey, Trinity, 8.75; Kevin 
Degler, Tates Creek, 7.55; David Cul, Marion 
County, 6.20; George Miller, Bryan Station, 6.0; 
Mike Railey, Marion County, 5.85; Jeff Bivens, 
Bryan Station, 5.30. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MARCH, 1982 



Horizontal Bar: David Bailey, Trinity, 8.4; Terry 
Tichenor, Bryan Station, 5.55; Danny Pitts, Tates 
Creek, 5.5; Kevin Degler, Tates Creek, 5.25; David 
Cull, Marion County, 5.2; Greg Buchanan, 
Lafayette, 5.2. 

Floor Exercise: Shannon Ziegler, Silver Grove, 
8.75; David Bailey, Trinity, 8.65; Mike Railey, Marion 
County, 8.60; George Miller, Bryan Station, 8.40; 
David Cull, Marion County, 8.25(Tie); Elbert 
Hampton, Tates Creek, 8.25(Tie) 

Rings: David Bailey, Trinity, 7.8; Mike Railey, 
Marion County, 6.6; Danny Pitts, Tates Creek, 6.25; 
Kevin Degler, Tates Creek, 6.0; George Miller, Bryan 
Station, 5.95; Joe Montgomery, Marion County, 
5.85. 

Pommel Horse: David Bailey, Trinity, 7.05; Greg 
Buchanan, Lafayette, 4.30; Mike Railey, Marion 
County, 4.05; Joe Schneider, Tates Creek, 3.85; Joe 
Montgomery, Marion County, 3.8; Pat Clark, Marion 
County, 3.75. 

Vaulting: David Bailey, Trinity, 8.8; Mike Railey, 
Marion County, 8.45; Danny Pitts, Tates Creek, 
8.25; Ken Dailey, Bryan Station, 8.10; Dennis 
O'Brien, Lafayette, 8.00; George Miller, Bryan 
Station, 7.90(Tie); Joe Collins, Lafayette, 7.90(Tie); 
Greg Omvig, Lafayette, 7.90(Tie). 

Ail-Around: David Bailey, Trinity, 49.45; Mike 
Railey, Marion County 38.20; Kevin Degler, Tates 
Creek, 36.85; Danny Pitts, Tates Creek, 35.95; 
George Miller, Bryan Station, 35.85; David Cull, 
Marion County, 34.9. 



Football Rule Changes 
For '82 Season Announced 

KANSAS CITY, MO. (January 12, 1982)-Several 
rules changes and modifications have been 
approved for the 1982 football season by the 
Football Rules Committee, which met recently in 
conjunction with the National Federation of State 
High School Association's "Mid-Winter Meeting", 
staged January 5-7, 1982 at Phoenix, Arizona. 

Among the major changes was a restructuring of 
time-out procedures allowing a coach the option of 
going to the team huddle during a charged time-out. 
The rule change gives a team the choice of either 
having one player go to the sideline to confer with 
the coaching staff— as has been the rule in past 
seasons—or having one coach go to the team 
huddle on the field. 

The nation's 15,000 high schools and nearly one 
million student participants who utilize the National 
Federation football rules code will no longer be 
permitted to wear "tear-away" jerseys or to have 
sticky or slippery substances on equipment or 
hands. 

Other rules changes for the 1982 season: 

1. Reduction in penalty (from 15 yards to 5 yards) for 

teammates pushing a runner. 

2. Reduction in the penalty (from 15 yards to 5 

yards) for failure to wear required equipment 
during a play. 

3. Moving the yardage chain away from the sideline 

when a first down cannot be made (goal to go). 

4. Exempting players from the numbering 



requirements who report to the umpire during a 
scrimmage kick formation which is defined as 
having at least one player seven yards or more 
behind the neutral zone and no player in 
position to receive a hand-to-hand snap from 
the center. 

5. Elimination of any advancement of the ball by the 

receiving team after a kick if a valid, invalid or 
illegal fair catch signal has been given. 

6. Declared that if a player catches a kick or pass 

inside his team's five-yard line and his 
momentum carries him into his team's end 
zone, the ball will be put in play at the spot 
of the catch rather than decaire a safety if the 
ball becomes dead in the end zone. 



Minutes Golf Committee 
1981 

The Golf Committee met on Tuesday, December 
8, 1981, at the K.H.S.A.A. Office in Lexington. 
Assistant Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries called 
the meeting to order at 1:30 p.m. Committee 
members present included John Hackett, Bill 
Johns, Bill Frost, Ernie Denham and Danny 
Spillman. Absent was Matilda Walker. 

The first item on the agenda was a discussion of 
regional golf tournament sites. Seven of the eleven 
regional sites for boys have been secured, and four 
of the six girls regional sites have been confirmed. 

Ernie Denham reported on the golf situation in 
Louisville, Mr. George Sauer, Commissioner of 
Athletics and Activities, for Jefferson County 
proposed a plan whereby golfers could participate 
in 4-6 matches during the spring of 1982. The 
K.G.A./P.G.A. Inc. is willing to assist in securing the 
golf courses. Mr. Sauer is attempting to compile a 
list of schools wanting to participate so that L.G.A. 
officials may plan accordingly for the golf matches. 
The competition will be open to both boys and girls 
so that all high school golfers will have some 
opportunity to play prior to the regional 
tournament. This proposal was made due to the fact 
that golf has been eliminated from the athletic 
program in Jefferson County. 

The Committee felt that individual schools should 
determine which golfers will represent the shools in 
the regional tournament. 

There was a discussin of the regional information 
sent out to the schools with a few minor changes 
recommended. 

The K.H.S.A.A. has requested Elizabethtown 
Country Club once again as the site for the Girls' 
State Tournament and Lindsey Golf Course at Fort 
Knox for the Boys' Tournament. The committee was 
very happy with the condition of both Elizabethtown 
Country Club and Fort Knox as state sites this past 
year. 

The Golf section of the Constitution and By-Laws 
was discussed with some minor revisions 
recommended for the 1982-83 printing. 

The Golf Committee suggested three items for 
discussion at the January Board of Control meeting: 
1) the rules meeting held the night before the state 
tournament should be mandatory for coaches 
and/or players, 2) there should be a participation 



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requirement, (3 nine hole matches) before golfers 
would be eligible for regional play, 4) that golf be 
moved to the fall for 1983. 

There being no further business the meeting was 
adjourned. 



Tennis Committee IMinutes 
1981-82 



The Tennis Committee met on Tuesday, February 
23, 1982, at the K.H.S.A.A. Office in Lexington. 
Assistant Commissioner Brigid L. DeVries called 
the meeting to order at 1:30 p.m. Committee 
members present included Wilson Sears, Margaret 
Sheegog, Joe Kroh, Becky Watson, Bill Goodan, 
Terry Johnson, Jeff Frisch and Liz Sadler. 

The first item on the agenda was a discussion of 
the regional tournament information that is sent to 
the schools as well as the new team format. 
Committee members suggested the following 
additions to the regional information: 

1 ) that the certificate of eligibility accompany the 
regional entry form, 2) that schools declare No. 1 
and No. 2 singles players and doubles teams on the 
regional entry form so that in case of a tie in team 
points the tying teams can have a playoff, 3) that the 
penalty for lateness be one game for each 5 minutes 
and after 55 minutes the match be defaulted, 4) 
schools must play in the State Tournament the way 
they are entered in the regional (no switch from 
singles to doubles or vice versa), 5) players be 
allowed a mandatory '72 hour break between 
matches in the regional tournament. The regional 
entry form will have a place on the back of the sheet 
for specific information regarding a players season 
for seeding purposes. 

There was a discussion of regional tournament 
sites and managers. Mr. Jack Kleier will assist in 
getting tournament managers in Jefferson County. 

A discussion was held concerning splitting the 
Lexington region into two regions. Terry Johnson 
submitted a proposal for consideration. If the 
proposal is accepted possible tournament hosts 
include Frankfort high School, Shelby County High 
School and Western Hills High School. 

The State Tennis Tournament was the next item 
on the agenda. It was decided that if possible the 
semi-final matches would be conducted on 
Saturday morning. Players for the State 
Tournament will be seeded in an open meeting. 
Seeding for the State Tournament will be done by a 
Committee and will be scheduled early the week fo 
the State Tournament. The time and date of the 
meeting will be announced later and will be open to 
the public. There will be a separate seeding 
committee for boys and girls. 

There being no further business the meeting was 
adjourned. 



Minutes of the Tracic and Fieid 
Committee Meeting 



The K.H.S.A.A. Track and Field Committee met at 
the Kentucky High School Athletic Association 
Office, Lexington, on January 26, 1982. The meeting 
was called to order by Assistant Commissioner 
Brigid DeVries at 1:30 p.m. Committee members 
present were Bro. Borgia, Alice Brutsher, Susan 
Fetter, John Gettler, Jack Kaelin, Martin Mayer, Bob 
Miller, Charles Ruter, Terry Wilson, Larry Wingfield, 
Reba Woodall, Jean Wright. Assistant Athletic 
Director Jack Kleier was present representing the 
Jefferson County Schools. 

Mr. Charles Ruter spoke to the Committee 
members about the Mason-Dixon Games at the 
Fairgrounds in Louisville on February 5-6. He also 
requested that they make every effort to attend the 
track clinic at the Fairgrounds at 4:00 p.m. on 
February 5 and in Lexington at the K.H.S.A.A. 
Building, on March 31, at 7:00 p.m. 

After a general discussion on sites for the regional 
and sectional track meets the following changes 
were recommended: Class A (boys and girls) 
Region 5 - Fort Knox High School, Region 7 - 
Jenkins High School, Region 8 - Raceland High 
School; Class A and AA (boys and girls) Region 3 - 
Bellevue High School, Region 7 - Lawrence County 
High School; Class AAA (boys and girls) Region 3 - 
Iroquois High School, Region 7 - Lexingon, Region 
8 - Boyd County High School. Sectional changes - 
Class AAA, Section II, Ballard High School; Class A, 
AA and AAA, Section III & IV, Covington Catholic. 

Other recommendations by the Committee to be 
presented to the Board of Control are as follows: 1 ) 
that the 400m relay for boys be added to the order of 
events for 1982-83 school year; 2) that the order of 
events be followed that is listed in the track rule 
book for 1983; 3) Jack Kaelin suggested that the 
3200m relay for boys and girls be studied as a future 
event; 4) that the State Tract Meet be moved to the 
last weekend in May; 5) dissolve the sectional meets 
with a 2-day State Meet qualifying the top two out of 
each region; 6) establish a state-wide fee structure 
for track officials; 7) formation of an all-star track 
team; 8) that the triple jump for girls be added to the 
order of events for 1983; 9) that the 400m relay for 
boys be added to the order of events for 1983. 

Changes effective for the 1982 track season area 
as follows: the girls 3200m run will be placed in the 
state order of events after the Class AAA boys' 400m 
dash, and followed by the boys 300m low hurdles. 
The 800m sprint medley for girls will be dropped. 
Lane assignments for races not run the entire 
distance in lanes shall be determined by lot. This 
includes relays where the first leg of a relay is not 
run the entire distance in lanes. These lane 
assignments for the state meet will be done at the 
regular state seeding meeting by the sectional 
managers. 

Assistant Commissioner DeVries discussed the 
1982-83 rules changes that were listed in the 
National Federation Rule Book. 

There being no further business the meeting 
adjourned. 



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1982 Baseball 
District and Regional 

REGION 1 

District 1: Heath, Lone Oak, Paducah Tilghman, 
Reidland, St. Mary 

District 2: Fancy Farm, Farmington, Lowes, 
Mayfield, Wingo, Symsonia 
Districts: Ballard Memorial, Carlisle County, Fulton 
County, Hickman County, Fulton 

REGION 2 

District 4: Christian County, Ft. Campbell, 
Hopkinsville, Trigg County, Todd County Central 

District 5: Caldwell County, Crittenden County, 
Livingston Central, Lyon County 

District 6: Marshall County, Calloway County, 
Murray 

REGION 3 

District 7: Henderson County, Providence, Union 
County, Webster County 

District 8: Dawson Springs, McLean County, 
Madisonville-N. Hopkins, South Hopkins, West 
Hopkins 

District 9: Apollo, Daviess County, Owensboro, 
Owensboro Catholic 

REGION 4 

District 10: Bremen, Central City, Drakesboro, 
Graham, Greenville, Hughes-Kirk, Muhlenberg 
Central 

District 11: Breckinridge County, Fordsville, 
Hancock County, Ohio County, St. Romuald, 
Frederick, Fraize, Trinity (Whitesville) 

District 12: Butler County, Grayson County, 
Edmonson 

REGION 5 

District 13: Bowling Green, Franklin-Simpson, 
Warren Central, Warren East 

District 14: Adairvile, Auburn, Chandlers Chapel, 
Lewisburg, Olmstead, Potter, Russellville, Todd 
County Central 

District 15: Allen County Barren County, Glasgow 

District 16: Clinton County, Cumberland County, 
Gamaiel, Metcalfe County, Tompkinsville 

REGION 6 

District 17: East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort 
Knox, Meade County, North Hardin, West Hardin 

District 18: Adair County, Campbellsville, Marion 
County, Taylor County 

District 19: Bardstown, Bethlehem, Bullitt 
Central, Nelson County, North Bullitt, Washington 
County, Bullitt East, Spencer County 

District 20: Caverna, Green County, Hart County, 
LaRue County 

REGION 7 

District 21: Bishop David, Butler, Pleasure Ridge 
Park, Western 

District 22: DeSales, Iroquois, Southern 

District 23: Doss, Fairdale, Jesse Stuart, Valley, 
Shively Christian 

District 24: Central, Portland Christian, Evangel, 
Shawnee 



REGION 8 

District 25: duPont Manual, Male, St. Xavier, Ninth 
& O Christian 

District 26: Ballard, Eastern, Waggener 
District 27: Fern Creek, Jeffersontown, Marion C. 
Moore 

District 28: Atherton, Beth Haven, Kentucky 
Country Day, Seneca, Trinity 

REGION 9 

District 29: Boone County, Conner, Dixie Heights, 
Lloyd Memorial, St. Henry, Simon-Kenton 

District 30: Bellevue, Dayton, Newport, Newport 
Catholic 

District 31: Bishop Brossart, Campbell County, 
Highlands, Silver Grove, Scott 

District 32: Beechwood, Covington Catholic, 
Holmes, Holy Cross, Ludlow 

REGION 10 

District 33: Grant County, Pendleton County, 
Walton Verona, Williamstown, Deming 

District 34: Carroll County, Eminence, Gallatin 
County, Henry County, Owen County, Trimble 
County 

District 35: Augusta, Bracken County, Fleming 
County, Lewis County, Mason County, Maysville, 
St. Patrick, Tollesboro 

REGION 11 

District 36: Frankfort, Franklin County, Scott 
County, Western Hills 

District 37: Bourbon County, Harrison County, 
Millersburg Military Inst., Nicholas County, Paris 

District 38: Oldham County, Shelby County, 
Taylorsville 

District 39: Anderson County, Harrodsburg, 
Mercer County, Woodford County, Burgin 

REGION 12 

District 40: Bryan Station, Henry Clay, Lafayette, 
Lexington Catholic, Sayre, Tates Creek 

District 41: Boyle County, Danville, Garrard 
County, Jessamine County, Casey County 

District 42: Berea, Estill County, Madison, 
Madison Central, Model 

REGION 13 

District 43: Pulaski County, Somerset, Lincoln 
County, Russell County 

District 44: McCreary County, Monticello, Wayne 
County, Pine Knot 

District 45: Clay County, Jackson County, Laurel 
County, Oneida Inst., Rockcastle County 

District 46: Barbourville, Bell County, Corbin, 
Lone Jack, Lynn Camp, Middlesboro, Pineville, 
Knox Central, Williamsburg, Whitley County 

REGION 14 

District 47: Breathitt County, Fleming Neon, 
Jenkins, Knott County, Riverside Christian, 
Whitesburg, Letcher, Cordia 

District 48: Buckhorn, Combs Memorial, Leslie 
County, M.C. Napier, Hazard 

District 49: Cawood, Cumberland, Evarts, Harlan 

District 50: Hazel Green, Jackson, Lee County, 
Owsley County, Powell County, Wolfe County 

REGION 15 
District 51: Boyd Cou.siy, Holy Family, Lawrence 



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County, Paul Blazer 

District 52: Falrvlew, Greenup County, Raceland, 
Russeli 

District 53: George Rogers Clark, Menifee 
County, Montgomery County, Bath County 

District 54: East Carter, Elliott County, Rowan 
County, University Breckinridge, West Carter 

REGION 16 

District 55: Belfry, Elkhorn City, Feds Creek, 
Johns Creek, Phelps 

District 58: Johnson Central, Morgan County, 
Magoffin County, Paintsville, Sheldon Clark 

District 57: Betsy Lane, Allen Central, McDowell, 
Prestonsburg, Wheelwright 

District 58: Dorton, Millard, Mullins, Pikeville, 
Virgie 

Have indicated that they will not have a program. 



Boyle Co., Burgin, Campbellsville, Casey Co., Danville, 
Garrard Co., Green Co., Harrodsburg, Jessamine Co., 
LaRue Co., Lincoln Co., Marion Co., Mercer Co., Nelson 
Co., Russell Co., Taylor Co., Washington Co. 
London Region — (Ray Vater, Laurel Co. H.S.) — Berea, 
Corbin, Cumberland, Estill Co., Harlan, Hazard, Knox 
Central, Laurel Co., Lee Co., Lynch, McCreary Cent., 
Madison Central, Middlesboro, Model, Monticello, 
Pineville, Pulaski Co., Somerset, Wayne Co., Williamsburg 
Paintsville Region — (Walter Brugh, Paintsville H.S.) — 
Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd Co., East Carter, Fairvievi/, 
Greenup Co., Elkhorn City, Holy Family, Jenkins, Johnson 
Central, McDovs^ell, Paintsville, Paul G. Blazer, Phelps, 
Pikeville, Prestonsburg, Raceland, Rovi^an Co., Russell, 
University Breckinridge 

State Manager: John Hackett, 830 McCullum Avenue, 
Elizabethtown, 42701. Co-ordinator: Ernie Denham, 3717 
Taylorsville Rd., #109, Louisville 40220. 



1982 GIRLS' GOLF REGIONS 



1982 BOYS' GOLF REGIONS 

Murray Region — (Larry Hopper, St. Mary H S) — Ballard 
Mem., Caldwell Co., Calloway Co., Christian Co., 
Crittenden Co., Ft. Campbell, Fulton, Hickman Co., 
Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Marshall Co., Mayfield, Murray, 
Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary, Todd Central, 
Trigg Co., University Heights 

Owensboro Region — (Ron Peyton, Owensboro H.S.) — 
Apollo, Breckinridge Co., Central City, Daviess Co., 
Greenville, Hancock Co., Henderson Co., Madisonville- 
No. Hopkins, Meade Co., Ohio Co., Owensboro, 
Owensboro Catholic, Providence, South Hopkins, Union 
Co., Webster Co. 

Bowling Green Region — (Danny Spillman, Bowling 
Green H.S.) — Allen Co., Barren Co., Bowling Green, 
Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, Caverna, Clinton Co., East 
Hardin, Edmonson Co., Elizabethtown, Ft. Knox, Franklin 
Simpson, Gamaliel, Glasgow, Grayson Co., Hart Co., 
LaRue Co., North Bullitt, North Hardin, Russellville, 
Tompkinsville, Warren East, Warren Central, West Hardin, 
West Jefferson Region — (Steve Reed, Western H.S., 
Louisville) — Beth Haven, Bishop David, Butler, Central, 
DeSales, Doss, Evangel, Fairdale, Iroquois, Marion C. 
Moore, Pleasure R. Park, Shawnee, Southern, Stuart, 
Thomas Jefferson, Valley, Western 
East Jefferson Region — (Marty Donlon, St. Xavier H.S.) — 
Atherton, Ballard, duPont Manual, Durrett, Eastern, Fern 
Creek, Jeffersontown, Ky. Country Day, Male, St. Xavier, 
Seneca, Trinity, Waggener, Westport 
Covington (Wheatleyj Region — (Tom Sibley, Trimble Co. 
H.S.) — Beechwood, Boone Co., Carroll Co., Conner, 
Covington Catholic, Covington Latin, Dixie Heights, 
Gallatin Co., Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, 
Ludlow, Owen Co., St. Henry, Scott, Simon-Kenton, 
Trimble Co., Walton Verona 

Campbell Co. Region— (Jerry Racke, Campbell Co. H.S.)- 
Bellevue, Bishop Brossart, Campbell Co., Dayton, Fleming 
Co., Grant Co., Highlands, Lewis Co., Ludlow, Mason Co., 
Maysville, Newport, Newport Catholic, Pendleton Co., St. 
Patrick, Silver Grove, Williamstown 
Frankfort Region — (Joe Rogers, Western Hills) — 
Bourbon Co., Bryan Station, Eminence, Frankfort, 
Franklin Co., George R. Clark, Harrison C, Henry Clay, 
Henry Co., Lafayette, Lexington Catholic, Montgomery 
Co., Nicholas Co., Oldham Co., Paris, Sayre, Scott Co., 
Shelby Co., Tates Creek, Western Hills, Woodford Co. 
Washington Co. Region — (Paul Rominger, Bardstown 
H.S.) — Adair Co., Anderson Co., Bardstown, Bethlehem, 



Princeton Region — (Al Giordano, Caldwell Co. H.S.) — 
Ballard Mem., Caldwell Co., Calloway Co., Central City, 
Christian Co., Crittenden Co., Fort Campbell, Greenville, 
Henderson Co., Hickman Co., Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, 
Madisonville-No. Hopkins, Mayfield, Murray, Ohio Co., 
Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, St. Mary, Union Co., 
Webster Co. 

Bowling Green Region — (Bill Jones, Glasgow H.S.) — 
Allen Co., Apollo, Barren Co., Bowling Green, Caverna, 
Clinton Co., Daviess Co., Edmonson Co., Franklin-Sim., 
Gamaliel, Glasgow, Hart Co., Owensboro, Russellville, 
Tompkinsville, Warren Central, Warren East 
Louisviiie Region — (Matilda Walker, Waggener H.S.)— 
Atherton, Ballard, Butler, Central, Collegiate, Doss, 
duPont Manual, Durrett, Iroquois, Eastern, Ky. Country 
Day, Male, PI. Ridge Pk., Sacred Heart, Shawnee, 
Southern, Stuart, Thoma? Jefferson, Valley, Waggener, 
Western, Westport 

Elizabethtown Region — (Pat Wise, Elizabethtown H.S.) — 
Adair Co., Bardstown, Bethlehem, Boyle Co., 
Breckinridge Co., Bullitt Central, Bullitt East, Campbells- 
ville, Danville, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Ft. Knox, Green 
Co., Hancock Co., Harrodsburg, LaRue Co., Marion Co., 
Meade Co., Mercer Co., Nelson Co., North Hardin, Taylor 
Co., Washington Co., West Hardin 

Covington Region — (George Gartner, Scott H.S.) — 
Beechwood, Boone Co., Carroll Co., Campbell Co., 
Conner, Dayton, Dixie Heights, Eminence, Highlands, 
Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd Mem., Oldham Co., Owen Co., 
Notre Dame, Scott, Silver Grove, Trimble Co., Villa 
Madonna, Williamstown 

Nichoiasville Region — (Lou Brown, Jessamine Co. H.S.) 
— Bryan Station, Estill Co., Frankfort, Franklin Co., 
George R. Clark, Henry Clay, Jessamine Co., Lafayette, 
Lex. Catholic, Paris. Scott Co., Shelby Co., Tates Creek, 
Western Hills, Woodford Co. 

Lincoin Co. Region — (Bill Leedy, Lincoln Co. H.S.) — 
Berea, Belfry, Casey Co., Cawood, Corbin, Cumberland, 
Garrard Co., Harlan, Jenkins, Knox Central, Laurel Co., 
Lee Co., Lincoln Co., Lynch, McCreary Cent., Madison 
Central, Model, Monticello, Pineville, Pulaski Co., Russell 
Co., Somerset, Wayne Co. 

l\Xason Co. Region — (Julie Kinney, Mason Co. H.S.) — 
Boyd Co., East Carter, Fleming Co., Harrison Co., Hazard, 
Johnson Cent., McDowell, Mason Co., Maysville, 
Montgomery Co., Nicholas Co., Paintsville, Paul Blazer, 
Prestonsburg, Raceland, Rowan Co., St. Patrick, 
University Breckinridge 

State Manager: Matilda Walker, Ballard H.S., 6000 
Brownsboro Rd., Louisville, Ky. 40222 



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1982 Boys Regional Tennis 

Murray Region — (Mgr. Becky Watson, 
Hopkinsville) 

Caldwell County, Christian County, Fort 
Campbell, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon County, 
Marshall County, Mayfield, Murray, Paducah 
Tilghman, Providence, Reidland, St. Mary, 
University Heights, West Hopkins. 

Bowling Green Region — (Mgr. Wilson Sears, 
Bowling Green H.S., Bowling Green) 

Allen County, Barren County, Bowling Green, 
Caverna, Cumberland County, Franklin Simpson, 
Glasgow, Hart County, Metcalfe County, Olmstead, 
Russellville, Tompkinsville, Warren Central, Warren 
East. 

Daviess County Region — (Mgr. Ed Willien, 
Apollo H.S. Owensboro) 

Apollo, Bremen, Butler County, Central City, 
Daviess County, Greenville, Hancock County, 
Henderson County, McLean County, Madisonville- 
North Hopkins, Ohio County, Owensboro, 
Owensboro Catholic, South Hopkins, Trinity, Union 
County, Webster County. 

Ellzabethtown Region — (Mgr. David Rogers, 
Elizabethtown H.S., Ellzabethtown) 

Adair County, Bardstown, Bethlehem, 
Breckinridge County, Bullitt Central, 
Campbellsville, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort 
Knox, Grayson County, Green County, Nelson 
County, North Hardin, LaRue County, Marion 
County, Meade County, Spencer County, Taylor 
County, Washington County. 

East Jefferson Region — (Mgr. Allen Sleadd) 

Atherton, Ballard, Eastern, Fern Creek, 
Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day, Seneca, 
Trinity, Waggener, Walden. 

Central Jefferson Region — (Mgr. Joseph Kroh, 
St. Xavier H.S., Louisville) 

Central, Christian Academy, DeSales, Durrett, 
Evangel, Male, Manual, Moore, Portland Christian, 
St. Francis, St. Xavier, Southern. 

West Jefferson Region — (Mgr. Tom Weatherly, 
Western H.S., Louisville) 

Bishop David, Butler, Doss, Fairdale, Iroquois, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Ninth & O Shawnee, Valley, 
Western 

Lexington Region — (Mgr. Bill Goodan, Henry 
Clay, H.S., Lexington) 

Anderson County, Bryan Station, Franfort, 
Franklin County, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Lexington 
Catholic, Sayre, Shelby County, Tates Creek, 
Western Hills, Woodford County 
Richmond Region — (Mgr. Jerry Johns, Pulaski 
County H.S., Somerset) 

Barbourville, Berea, Boyle County, Corbin, 
Cumberland, Danville, Deming, Estill County, 
Garrard County, George Rogers Clark, Harlan, 
Harrodsburg, Knox Central, Laurel County, Leslie 
County, Lincoln County, Lynch, Madison Central, 
Mercer County, Middlesboro, Model, Oneida, 
Pineville, Pulaski county, St. Camillus, Somerset. 

Morehead Region — (Mgr. Liz Sadler, 
Montgomery County H.S., Mt. Sterling) 

Bath County, Belfry, Betsy Layne, Boyd County, 
Buckhorn, Elkhorn City, Hazard, Knott County, 
Lawrence County, McDowell, Magoffin County, 



Montgomery County, Lewis County Paintsville, 
Paul Blazer, Pikeville, Prestonsburg, Rowan 
County, Russell, Sheldon Clark, University 
Breckinridge, Wolfe County. 

Fort Thomas Region — (Mgr. Jeff Frisch, Lloyd 
H.S., Erianger) 

Augusta, Beechwood, Bellevue, Boone County, 
Campbell County, Carroll County, Conner, 
Covington Latin, Covington Catholic, Dayton, Dixie 
Heights, Gallatin County, Grant County, Henry 
County, Highlands, Holmes, Holy Cross, Lloyd 
Memorial, Newport, Newport Catholic, Oldham 
County, St. Henry, Scott, Silver Grove, Simon 
Kenton. 

Paris Region — (Mgr. Russ Day, Bourbon 
County) 

Bourbon County, Breckinridge County, Deming, 
Fleming County, Harrison County, Lewis County, 
Millersburg Military Inst., Mason County, Maysville, 
Nicholas County, Paris, Scott County, St. Patrick 



1982 Girls Regional Tennis 

Murray Region — (Mgr. Becky Watson, Christian 
County) 

Caldwell County, Christian County, Fort 
Campbell, Hopkinsville, Lone Oak, Lyon County, 
Marshall County, Mayfield, Murray, Paducah 
Tilhman, Providence, Reidland, University Heights, 
West Hopkins. 

Bowling Green Region — (Mgr. Wilson Sears, 
Bowling Green H.S., Bowling Green) 

Allen County, Auburn, Barren County, Bowling 
Green, Caverna, Cumberland, County, Franklin- 
Simpson, Gamaliel, Glasgow, Metcalfe County, MT. 
St. Joseph, Russellville, Tompkinsville, Warren 
Central, Warren East, Olmstead, Hart County. 

Daviess County Region — (Mgr. Ed Willen) 

Apollo, Bremen, Butler County, Central City, 
Daviess County, Greenville, Henderson County, 
Hancock County, Madisonville-Noth Hopkins, 
McLean County, Ohio County, South Hopkins, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic, Trinity, Union 
County, Webster County. 

Ellzabethtown Region — (Mgr. David Rogers, 
Elizabethtown H.S., Elizabethtown) 

Adair County, Bardstown, Bethlehem, 
Breckinridge County, Bullitt Central, 
Campbellsville, East Hardin, Elizabethtown, Fort 
Knox, Grayson County, Green County, LaRue 
County, Marion County, Meade County, North 
Hardin, Spencer County, Taylor County, 
Washington County 

East Jefferson Region — (Mgr. Bob Roos, Ballard 
H.S.) 

Assumption, Atherton, Ballard, Eastern, Fern 
Creek, Jeffersontown, Kentucky Country Day, 
Sacred Heart, Seneca, Waggener, Walden. 

Central Jefferson Region — (Girls Mgr. Jim 
Protenic, Mercy Academy) 

Central, Christian Academy, Louisville 
Collegiate, Evangel, Male, Manual, Mercy Academy, 
Moore, Portland Christian, Presentation, Southern, 
St. Francis. 

West Jefferson Region — (Mgr. Gerry Geiser, 
Pleasure Ridge Park H.S.) 



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Angela Merlcl, Butler, Doss, Fairdale, Holy 
Rosary, Iroquois, Ninth & O, Pleasure Ridge Park, 
Shawnee, Valley, Western. 

Fort Thomas Region — (Mgr. Jeff Frisch, Lloyd 
Memorial H.S.) 

Augusta, Beechwood, Boone County, Campbell 
County, Conner, Dayton, Dixie Heights, Gallatin 
County, Grant County, Henry County, Holmes, 
Highlands, Holy Cross, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, 
Notre Dame, Oldham County, Our Lady 
Providence, St. Henry, Simon Kenton, Scott, Villa 
Madonna. 

Anderson County, Bryan Station, Frankfort, 
Franklin County, Henry Clay, Lafayette, Lexington 
Catholic, Sayre, Shelby County, Tates Creek, 
Western Hills, Woodford County. 

Richmond Region — (Mgr. Jerry Johns, Pulaski 
County H.S.) 

Barbourville, Berea, Boyle County, Corbin, 
Cumberland, Danville, Estill County, Deming, 
Garrard County, George Rogers Clark, Harlan, 
Harrodsburg, Knox Central, Laurel County, Leslie 
County, Lincoln County, Lynch, Madison Central, 
Mercer County, Middlesboro, Model, Oneida, 
Pineville, Pulaski County, St. Camillus, Somerset. 

Morehead Region — (Mgr. Liz Sadler, 
Montgomery County H.S., Mt. Sterling) 

Belfry, Hazard, McDowell, Montgomery County, 
Paintsville, Paul Blazer, Russell, Prestonsburg, 
University Breckinridge, Bath County, Elkhorn City, 
Lawrence County, Sheldon Clark, Rowan County, 
Pikeville, Magoffin County, Wolfe County, Knott 
County, Boyd County, Betsy Layne, Buckhorn. 

Paris Region— (Mgr. Russ Day, Bourbon County 
H.S., Paris) 

Bourbon County, Bracken County, Deming, 
Fleming County, Harrison County, Lewis County, 
Mason County, Maysville, Nicholas County, Paris, 
Scott County, St. Patrick. 

State Managers — (Girls Mgr. Margaret Sheegog, 
260772 Drayton Drive, Louisville) 
(Boys, Joseph Kroh, St. Xavier H.S., 1609 Poplar 
Level Road, Louisville) 



ATTENTION 
Track Coaches 

The State High School Track Meet all classes will 
be held on Saturday, May 22, 1982, at the University 
of Kentucky Sports Center in Lexington. The state 
Manager is John Gettler. The 1982 State Track Meet 
will be run in meters. 

The 3200 meter run for girls has been added to the 
order of events and will be run in the State Meet. 
This year it will be run after the boys 400 meter dash. 
The 800 meter medley relay for girls has been 
dropped from the state order of events. 



1982 Track & Field 

Regional Managers 

(Boys and Girls) 

CLASS A 

Calloway Co. — Jim Nix, Calloway Co., 2108 
College Farm Rd., Murray 42071 - 502/753-5479 

Edmonson Co. — Stan Alexander, Edmonson Co. 
H.S., Brownsville 42210 - 502/597-2932 

Bellevue — Marty Mayer, Bellevue H.S., 205 
Center Street, Bellevue, 41073 - 606/261-2108 

Lexington — John Gettler, Dept. of Community 
Development, 248 E. Short St., Lexington 40507 - 
Bus. 606/255-4302, Home 606/266-4801 

Ft. Knox — Dave Shuflet, Julie Klug, Ft. Knox H. 
S.,7501 Missouri St., Ft. Knox 40121 -502/624-6647 

Somerset — Gorden Bocock, Somerset H.S., 
College St.; Somerset 42501 - 606/678-4721 

Jenkins-D. Charles Dixon, Jenkins H.S. , Box 41 7, 
Jenkins 41537 - 606/832-2185 

Raceland — Mike Jones, Raceland H.S., Ram Dr., 
Raceland 41169 - 606/836-8221 

CLASS AA 

Calloway Co. — Jim Nix, Calloway Co. H.S., 2108 
College Farm Rd., Murray 42071 - 502/753-5479 

Warren East — Dennis Tomek, Warren East H.S., 
Rt. 1. Bowling Green 42101 - 502/781-1277 

Bellevue — Marty Mayer, Bellevue H.S., 205 
Center St., Bellevue 41073 - 606/261-2108 

Somerset — Joan Spurlock, Gordon Bocock, 
Somerset H.S., College St., Somerset 42501 - 
606/678-4721 -679-5129 

North Bullitt — Robert Wagoner, North Bullitt 
H.S., Rt. 4, Shepherdsville 40165 - 502/957-2186 

Bourbon Co. — Duane Stewart, Bourbon Co. 
H.S., 118 E. 9th St., Paris 40361 - 606/987-2550 

Morehead-Lawrence Co. — Robert Halasek, 
Lawrence Co. H.S., Hwy. 644, Louisa 41230 - 
606/608-9676 

Clay Co. — Terry Wilson, Clay Co. H.S., 239 
Richmond Rd., Manchester 40962 - 606/598-3737, 
598-3136 

CLASS AAA 

Daviess Co. — Mickey Walker, Daviess Co. H.S., 
4255 New Hartford Rd., Owensboro 42301 - 
502/684-5285, 684-6016 

Bullitt Central — Bill Ranney, Bullitt Central H.S., 
Box 338, Shepherdsville 40165 - 502/543-7021 

duPont Manual — Day Levine, Male H.S., 911 
Southbrook St., Louisville 40203 - 502/582-2631 
(Site-University of Louisville) 

Iroquois — Mike McDaniels, Iroquois H.S., 4615 
Taylor Rd., Louisville 40215 - 502/366-0373 

Ballard — Sue Fetter and Jim Reuther, Ballard 
H.S., 6000 Brownsboro Rd., Louisville 40222 - 
502/425-5076 

Moore — Jim Watkins, Southern H.S., 8620 
Preston Hwy, Louisville 40219 - 502/968-0300 

Boyd Co. — Bob Stacey, Boyd Co. H.S., Rt. 2, Box 
374, Ashland 41101 - 606/928-6473 

Lexington — John Gettler, Dept. of Community 
Development, 248 E. Short St., Lexington 40507 - 
Bus. 606/255-4302, Home 606/266-4801 



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1982 Track & Field 
Sectional Managers 

(Boys and Girls) 

CLASS A 

Section I, Edmondson County & Calloway co., 

Daviess Co. H.S., Mickey Walker 

Section 11, Ft. Knox & Somerset, Eastern KY. 

University, Gordon Bocock 

Section iil, Bellevue & Lexington, Covington 

Catholic, Jack Kaelin 

Section IV, Jenkins & Raceland, Clay County H.S., 

Terry Wilson 

CLASS AA 

Section i, Calloway County & , Daviess 

County H.S., Mickey Walker 

Section 11, North Bullitt & Somerset, Eastern KY. 

University, Gordon Bocock 

Section iii, Bellevue & Bourbon County, Covington 

Catholic, Jack Kaelin 

Section IV, Morehead & Clay County, Clay County 

H.S., Terry Wilson 

CLASS AAA 
Section I, Daviess County & Bullitt Central, Daviess 
County H.S., Mickey Walker 
Section II, duPont Manual & Iroqouis, Ballard H.S., 
Bro. Borgia, St. Xavier 606/637-4712 
Section III, Moore & Ballard, Ballard H.S., Jim 
Reuther, Sue Fetter 

Section IV, Boyd County & Lexington, Covington 
Catholic, Jack Kaelin 



Track Class A Girls 

Calloway County Region - Ballard Memorial, 
Carlisle County, Crittenden County, Fort Campbell, 
Fulton, Heath, Hickman County, Livingston Central, 
Murray, Providence, St. Mary, South Hopkins, Trigg 
County, University Heights, West Hopkins. 

Edmonton County Region - Auburn, Butler 
County, Caverna, Cumberland County, Edmonson, 
County, Frederick Fraize, Gamaliel, Glasgow, 
Hancock County, Central City, Hart County, 
Lewisburg, Mt. St. Joseph, McLean County, 
Olmstead, Potter, Russelleville, Todd County, 
Tompkinsville, Trinity (Whitesville). 

Bellevue Region - Augusta, Bellevue, Bishop 
Brossartt, Carroll County, Dayton, Gallatin County, 
Grant County, Henry County, Holy Cross, Ludlow, 
Our Lady of Providence, Owen County, Silver 
Grove, St. Henry, Villa Madonna, Walton Verona. 

Lexington Region - Anderson County, Burgin, 
Frankfort, Harrodsburg, Lexington Catholic, 
Mercer County, Model, Paric, Sayre. 

Ft. Knox Region - Bardstown, Beth Haven, 
Bethlehem, Bullitt East, Campbellsville, Clinton 
County, Eastwood, Educ. Center, Evangel, Ft. Knox, 
Green County, Kentucky Country Day, Kentucky 
School f/t Blind, Ninth & O, Metcalfe County, 
Portland Christian, West Hardin. 

Somerset Region - Berea, Corbin, Jackson 
County, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, Madison, 



Monticello, Pineville, St. Camillus, Somerset, 
Williamsburg. 

Jenkins Region - Buckhorn, Evarts, Fleming- 
Neon, Harlan, Hazard, Jenkins, Lee County, M.C. 
Napier, Millard, Mullins, Oneida Baptist, Paintsville, 
Phelps, Pikeville, Riverside Christian, Virgie, 
Wheelwright, Wolfe County. 

Raceland Region - Bath County, Elliott County, 
Fairview, Hazel Green, Holy Family, Johns Creek, 
Lewis County, Menifee County, Morgan County, 
Nicholas County, Raceland, University 
Breckinridge. 

Track Class A Boys 

Calloway County Region - Ballard Memorial, 
Carlisle County, Crittenden County, Ft. Campbell, 
Fulton, Heath, Hickman County, Livingston Central, 
Murray, Providence, South Hopkins, St. Mary, Trigg 
County, University Heights, West Hopkins. 

Edmondson County Region - Butler County, 
Caverna, Central City, Cumberland County, 
Drakesboro, Edmonson, Gamaliel, Glasgow, 
Hancock County, Hart County, Lewisburg, McLean 
County, Olmstead, Russellville, Todd County, 
Tompkinsville, Trinity (Whitesville) 

Bellevue Region - Augusta, Bellevue, Bishop 
Brossart, Carroll County, Covington Latin, Dayton, 
Gallatin County, Grant County, Henry County, Holy 
Cross, Ludlow, Owen County, St. Henry, Silver 
Grove, Walton Verona. 

Lexington Region - Anderson County, Burgin, 
Frankfort, Harrodsburg, Jackson County, 
Lexington Catholic, Mercer County, Model, Paris, 
Sayre. 

Ft. Knox Region - Bardstown, Beth Haven, 
Bethlehem, Bullitt East, Campbellsville, Clinton 
County, Evangel, Fort Knox, Green County, 
Kentucky Country Day, Kentucky School f/t Blind, 
Metcalfe County, Portland Christian, West Hardin. 

Somerset Region - Berea, Corbin, Garrard 
County, Kentucky School f/t Deaf, Madison, 
Monticello, Pineville, St. Camillus, Somerset, 
Williamsburg. 

Jenltins Region - Betsy Layne, Buckhorn, Elkhorn 
City, Fleming-Neon, Harlan, Hazard, Jenkins, Lee 
County, M.C. Napier, Millard, Mullins, Oneida, 
Paintsville, Pikeville, Phelps. Riverside Christian, 
Virgie, Wheelwright, Wolfe County. 

Raceland Region - Bath County, Elliott County, 
Fairview, Hazel Green, Holy Family, Johns Creek, 
Lewis County, Magoffin County, Menifee County, 
Morgan County, Mullins, Nicholas County, 
Raceland, University Breckinridge. 



Track Class AA Boys 

Calloway County Region - Calloway County, 
Lone Oak, Mayfield.Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, 
Union County, Webster County. 

Warren East - Adair County, Allen County, Barren 
County, Bowling Green, Franklin Simpson, Ohio 
County, Warren East. 

Bellevue Region - Conner, Covington Catholic, 
Dixie Heights, Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, 



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Newport, Newport Catholic, Pendelton County, 
Scott, Simon Kenton. 

Somerset - Boyle County, Danville, Lincoln 
County, Pulaski County. 

North Bullitt Region - Breckinridge County, East 
Hardin, Elizabethtown, Grayson County, LaRue 
County, Meade County, North Bullitt, Taylor 
County, Washington County, West Hardin. 

Bourbon County Region- Bourbon County, Estill 
County, Harrison County, Jessamine County, 
Montgomery County, Scott County, Woodford 
County, Franklin County, Western Hills. 

Lawrence County Region - East Carter, Fleming 
County, Johnson Central, Lawrence County, 
Mason County, Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon 
Clark, West Carter. 

Clay County Region - Belfrey, Bell County, 
Breathitt County, Cawood, Clay County, Knott 
County Central, Knox Central, Leslie County 
Middlesboro, Prestonsburg, Whitesburg, Whitley 
County. 



Track Class AA Girls 

Calloway Region - Calloway County, Lone Oak, 
Mayfield, Paducah Tilghman, Reidland, Union 
County, Webster County. 

Warren East- Adair County, Allen County, Barren 
Conty, Franklin-Simpson, Ohio County, Warren 
East. 

Bellevue Region - Conner, Dixie Heights, 
Highlands, Lloyd Memorial, Newport, Our Lady of 
Providence, Scott County, Simon Kenton. 

Somerset Region - Boyle County, Danville, 
Lincoln County, McCreary County, Pulaski County, 
Russell County. 

North Bullitt Region - Breckinridge County, East 
Hardin, Elizabethtown, Grayson County, LaRue 
County, Meade County, North Bullitt, Taylor 
County, Washington County, West Hardin. 

Bourbon County Region - Bourbon County, Estill 
County, Franklin County, Harrison County, 
Jessamine County, Montgomery County, Scott 
County, Western Hills, Woodford County. 

Lawrence County Region - East Carter, Fleming 
County, Johnson Central, Lawrence County, 
Mason County, Rowan County, Russell, Sheldon 
Clark, West Carter. 

Clay County Region - Belfry, Bell County, 
Breathitt County, Cawood, Clay County, Knott 
County, Central, Knox Central, Leslie County, 
Middlesboro, Prestonsburg, Whitesburg, Whitley 
County. 



Track Boys Class AAA 

Daviess County Region - Apollo, Christian 
County, Daviess County, Henderson County, 
Hopkinsville, Madisonville-North Hopkins, Marshall 
County, Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic. 

Bullitt Central Region - Bullitt Central, Marion 
County, Nelson County, North Hardin, Oldham 
County, Shelby County, Warren Central. 

duPont Manual Region - Atherton, Butler, 
Central, duPont Manual, Male, St. Xavier, Shawnee. 



Iroquois Region - Bishop David, Doss, Iroquois, 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Valley, Western. 

Ballard Region - Ballard, Easten, Jeffersontown, 
Seneca, Trinity, Waggener. 

Marlon C. Moore Region - DeSales, Fairdale, Fern 
Creek, Marion C. Moore, Southern. 

Lexington Region - Boone County, Bryan Station, 
Campbell County, Henry Clay, Holmes, Laurel 
County. 

Boyd County Region - Blazer, Boyd County, 
Greenup County, Lafayette, Madison County, Tates 
Creek, Clark County. 



Track Girls Class AAA 

Daviess County Region - Apollo, Daviess County, 
Christian County, Henderson County, Hopkinsville, 
Madlsonville-North Hopkins, Marshall County, 
Owensboro, Owensboro Catholic. 

Bullitt Central Region - Bullitt Central, Marion 
County, Nelson County, North Hardin, Oldham 
County, Shelby County, Warren Central. 

duPont Manual Region - Assumption, Atherton, 
Butler, Central, duPont Manual, Male, Shawnee. 

Iroquois Region - Angelia Merici, Doss, Iroquois, 
Mercy, Pleasure Ridge Park, Valley, Western. 

Ballard Region - Ballard, Eastern, Jeffersontown, 
Presentation, Sacred Heart, Seneca, Waggener. 

Marlon C. Moore Region - Fairdale, Fern Creek, 
Holy Rosary, Marion C. Moore, Southern, Thomas 
Jefferson. 

Lexington County Region - Boone County, Bryan 
Station, Campbell County, Franklin County, Henry 
Clay, Holmes, Laurel County, Notre Dame. 

Boyd County Region - Blazer, Boyd County, 
Clark County, Greenup County, Lafayette, Madison 
Central, Tates Creek. 



Ratings on Football Officials 

The following ratings were received on football 
officials registered with the K.H.S.A.A. during 1981- 
82. 

WESTERN KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Almond, D. -91; Burkeen, P. -95; Carr, Bill -93; Carlson, 
D. - 86; Cash, M. -?; Chaffin, John -88; Cheponis, George - 
86; Clemson, Chris - 86; Colley, Lyn - 95; Coltharp, P. - 87; 
Day, R. - 94; Davis, J. - 87; Durden, J. - 94; Gober, J. - 91 ; 
Goble, K. - 76; Goble, K., Jr. - 84; Gore, B. - 89; Green. D. - 
93; Henderson, C. - 70; Hillyer, C. - 90; Johnson, H. - 91 
Jones, Bill 84; Kinslow, B. -93; Ledford.T. -93; Leonard, J 
- ?; Lyie, C. - 95; Lowe, S. - 91; McGinty, L.V. - 95 
McDonald, T. - 86; Meloan. R. - 89; Naberezny, P. 89 
Norwood, T. - 93; Osting, D. - 89; Pate, L. - 91 ; Perrin, J. - 94 
Purcell, K. - 90; Quehl, B. - 96; Robey, M. - 81 ; Saylors, C. ■ 
92; Schilling, D. - 89; Schmitt, A. J. - 86; Shelly, H. - 63 
Simpson, D. -96; Thomas, L.90;Thomas,R.-92;Treas, J.- 
?; Tuetele, M. - 85; Waide, H. - 91 ; Ward, T. - 97; Wilder, J. - 
94; Zirkle, R. - 69; Combs, G. - 68. 

BIG EIGHT CONFERENCE 

Hill, J. - 97; Murdach, L. 96; Russell, G. - 96; Bullock, J. - 
95; Frazer, T. - 95; Jackson, E. - 95; Kirkland, D. - 95; Long 
S. - 95; Wade, B. - 95; Bartlett, C. W. - 94; Estes, W. - 94 
Etienne, D. - 94; Allen, - 93; Luckett, P. -93; Luckett, T. - 93 



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Thomson, C. - 93; Clements, W. - 92; Futrell, K. - 92; Nash, 
R. - 92; Sutton, J. - 92; Clayton, N. - 91; Jones, S. - 91; 
McDaniel, J. - 91 ; Blemker, R. -90; Shields, D. -89; Gold, S. 

- 89; Burton, J. - 88; Wetzel, R. - 88; Gates, R. - 87; Cosby, B. 

- 87; Zogg, J. - 86; Hendon, J. - 86; Clark, S. - 85; Wells, R. - 
81; Puckett, P. -84. 

MID-KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Branch, C. - 96; Hawkins, D. - 96; McClure, T. - 96; 
Moore, P. - 96; Morse, R. - 95; Downs, J. - 95; Harris, D. L. - 
95; Ewing, R. - 95; Strain, R. - 95: Crutcher, J. 94; Bauman, 
C. - 94; Roberts, J. - 94; Lynch, L. - 94; McKinney, A. - 94; 
Schultz, F. - 94; Tinsley, J. -94; Crutcher, P. -93; Trabue, R. 

- 93; Winfrey, W. S. - 93; Aldridge, J. - 93; Bottles, D. - 92; 
Purwin, J. -92; Meadley, F. R. -91; Roby, J. -91; Crutcher, 
J. - 90; Braney, G. - 90; Sims, R. A. - 90; Butler, R. D. - 90; 
Corbett, B. -90; Janes, B. -90; Mathesey, J. -90; Morse, C. - 
88; Wallace, K. - 88; Holland, T. - 88; Williams, J. - 89; 
Inman, G. O. -87; Ash, M. -86; Reams, F. -86; Hatfield, J. G, 

- 86; Strain, A. - 86; Rogers, R. - 85; Ives, R. 85; Wade, C. - 
85; Taylor, J. 85; Hawkins, S. D. - 84; Riley, J. - 84; Henry, 
W. - 84; Puckett, R. - 84; Smith, J. B. -83; Sweckard, P. - 83; 
Tucker, C. -83; Cross, H.-82; Branstetter, E.-82; Burgess, 
B. -82; Claywell,S. -81; DuVall, R. -81; Molohon, R. -81; 
Davis, M. -81; Bryan, F. -81; McFalls, G. -80; Garrett, B. - 
80; Melton, J. -80; Skaggs, N. -80; Branhill, E. -80;Gann, 
R. - 80; Brockway, M. - 79; Whitehouse, J. T. - 79; Yancey, 
H. - 77; Adams, J. - 77; lannazzi, D. - 77; Watts, C. - 70; 
Chapin, L. - 70; Fowler, G. -69; Brown, L. -68; Manning, J. - 
65; Daly, T. - 64; Yensei, F. - 63; McCullum, S. G. - 63; 
Moore, A. - 60. 

KENTUCKIANA CONFERENCE 

Bell, C. - 100; Hancock, - N. -2-; Leahy, P. - 97; Klusman, 
C. - 97; Mercker, G. - 97; Merzeger, D. - 97; Ress, G. - 97; 
Bell, R. - 96; DeSensi, W. C. - 96; Greenwell, B. - 96; Jones, 
P. - 96; Kuster, T. - 96; Nelligan, M. - 96; Doyle, D. - 95; 
Passafiume, J. - 95; Denton, W. - 94; Holzhnecht, T. - 94; 
Osting, J. - 94; Shreve, T. -94; Stettembenz, L -94; Stuedle, 
R. - 94; Downs, G. -93; Gutterman, J. -93; Streicher, R. -93; 
Helton, L. - 92; Potts, R. - 92; Wilson, J. -92; Lee, C. 91 ; Cox, 
R. - 91 ; Graas, F. - 91 ; Ishmael, S. -91 ; Joyner, R. -90; Lillie, 
W. - 90; Cline, M. - 90; Friedman, C. - 90; Fryrear, B. - 90; 
McGrath, J. - 89; Stovall, K. - 89; VanBogaert, St. - 89; 
Backert, T. - 88; Furlong, B. - 88; Hagen, M. - 88; Huhn, T. - 
88; Weber, T. - 88; McGrath, B. -87; Meiman, J. -87; Meyer, 
M. - 87; Russ, C. - 87; Finck, D. - 87; Baldwin, D. - 86; Allen, 
J. - 85; McCorkle, B. - 84; Schuler, M. 84; Skaggs, R. - 83; 
Spath, B. -82; Gentry, D. - 82; Wuertz, J. - 82; Martin, T. -81 ; 
Hammock, D. - 81; Johnson, R. - 81; McNay, J. - 80; 
Brummett, D. - 80; Emmons, G. - 80; Sellinger, R. - 79; 
Sparks, J. - 79; Ferris, M. - 79; Hackett, W., Sr. - 79; Owens, 
L. - 78; Hiipp, A. - 78; Turner, R. - 77; Davidson, C. - 76; 
Barry, D. - 74; Pitts. J. -74; Burrus, L., Jr. -78; Smith, A. -73; 
Lambert, 1.71; Morris, L. -70; Tharpe, W. -65; Coleman, L. - 
41 ; Butler, R. - 19; King, R. - ?; Lange, B. - ?; Lasch, J. - ?; 
Lee, E. - ?; Mayer, A - ''; McGinty, S. - ?; McGinty, D., Jr., - ?; 
Miller, J. - "J; Perry, J. - ?; Powell, R. - ?; Riggs, D. - ?; 
Schmitt, P. - ?; Schulten, J. - ?; Showalter, C. ?; Small, D. - 
?; Allison, R. - ?; Atwell, H. - ?; Breeden, A. - ?; Broussard, 
R. - ?; Dearmond, B. - ? 

DeSensi, D. - ?; DeWees, B. - ?; Dumm, E., Jr., ?; Ehrler, D. - 
?; Fenimore, C. - ?; Francis, J., Sr., - ?; Golden, J. - ?; 
Hickey, T.-?; Horsman, B. -?; Hulme, D. -?; Humphrey, J. 
- ?; Hunter, S. - ?; Thoman, A. ?; Timmering, G. - ? 
?;Timmering, G. - ?;Turley, H.-?;Turpen, D.-?; Younger, 
D. -?. 

NORTHERN KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Colin, M. -94; Moore, B. -94; Read, R. -94; Blackford, R- 
92; Bond, T. - 92; Morris, D. - 92; Fuchs, C. -91 ; Seavers, J. - 
91 ; Simms, C. -91 ; Swope, J. - 91 ; Frank, J. -91 ; Liggett, E. - 
90; Hoffman, T. - 89; Staton, F. - 89; Thompson, T. - 89; 



Westhoff, G. - 89; Grefer, T. - 88; Gumble, A. - 88; 
Donoghue, T. - 87; Towe, P. - 87; Young, B. - 87; Delaney, 
B. - 86; Peeno, H. - 86; Moore, B. - 85; Purchell, M. - 85; 
Drake, D. - 84; Kanarek, B. -84; Vicory, A. -84; Bradford, B. 

- 83; Carr, L. - 83; Collins, R. - 83; Rouse, T. -83; Sesher, J. - 
83; Wells, G. - 83; Wilson, G. -83; Wright. H. -83; Oetjen, G. 
82; Ponchot, J. - 82; Dorman, T. - 81 ; Lowe, B. - 81 ; Stutter, 
J. - 81; Vaughn, B. - 81; Bosse, R. - 79; Keller, T. - 71 
Keman, J. - 79; Elkin, L. - 75; Lynn, D. - 75; Starns, D. - 64: 
Berth, D. - 81; Harvie, J. - 76. 

CENTRAL KENTUCKY CONFERENCE 

Brown, H. - 98; Jacoby, B. - 97; Wood, W. -97; Lusby, G. - 
96; Wright, J. - 96; Staley, J. - 95; Ammerman, B. - 95; 
Rawdon, R. - 94; Current, R. - 94; Shreve, R. -94; Swinford, 
J. -94; Clemmons, S. -93; Durham, T. -93; Poole, G. -93; 
Pittman, S. -93; Gilliam, R. -93; Wanchic, N. -92; Duff, W.- 
92; Hall, C. - 92; Craft, A.B. - 92; Tate, K. -92; Mason, W.C. - 
92; Linkes, C. - 91 ; Fay, J. - 91 ; Lindon, B, - 91 ; South, S. - 
90; Bramble, J. - 90; Gettler, J. - 90; Pugh, B. - 90; 
McFadden, J. -90; Smith, R. -90; Gfell, G. -90; Bransom, B. 

- 89; Thompson, H. - 89; Yates, G. - 89; Farmer, G. - 89; 
Tipton, R. - 88; Wright, J. D. -88; Gastineau, J. -88; Day, R. - 
88; Batterton, K. - 88; Ransdell, J. - 88; Brock, J. - 87; 
Morris, S. -87; Dickens, B.-87; Easterly, T. -87; Jenkins, B. 
-87; Ewen, G. -86; Couch, B. -86; Branham, F. -85; Dean, 
R. -85; Vandermale, J. -85; Oser, L. -84; Hainline, C. -84; 
Lentry, R. - 84; Gorham, J. - 82; Bozarth, P. -82; Dyehouse, 
J. - 81 ; Paiko, E. - 81 ; Owens, P. - 80; Maupin, R. - 80; Scott, 
B. - 9; Garcia, C. - 79; Tipton, S. - 79; Thompson, J. - 78; 
McCray, C. - 78; Hadden, N. - 78; McCormick, D. - 78; 
Turner, C. - 78; Satterly, G. - 78; Giles, F. - 77; Foster, B. - 
75; Moody, J. -74; Stumbo, J. -74; Owens, M.-74; Easley, 
D. - 73; Reece. J. - 73; Kinnard. B. - 73; McClure, J. - 72; 
Brown, J. -71 ; Clark, J. -71 ; Carmichael, S. -68; Graham, J. 

- 68; Angelucci, A. -64; Cole, R. - 51. 

THIRTEENTH REGION CONFERENCE 

Powers, E. - 97; Hammons, G. - 96; Pietrowski, P. 96; 
Kirk, C. - 95; Jeffers, S. - 94; Tye, J. - 93; Black, B. - 93; 
Noonan,R.-93; Page, J. -92; Lawson, D. -92; Ensslin,C.- 
91 ; Evans, A. - 91 ; Cook, C. -91 ; Idol, B., Sr. -90; Howard, J. 

- 90; Anders, R. - 90; Morgan, R. Brown, W. -89; Barrett, R. - 
88; Ball, P. - 88; Coopingon, A. - 87; Ward, J. - 87; 
Houtchins. T. - 88; Ashurst. M. - 88; Alexander, R. - 87; 
Harris, G- 86; Lee, B. -85; Osborne, R. -85; Guy, N.S. -85; 
Kirk, J. 84; Bunch, L. - 83; Croley, J. - 83; Elliott, J. - 83; 
Kersey, A. - 83; Hanson, P. - 82; Head, C. - 81 ; Burgin, C. - 
81; Pace, K. -81. 

FIFTEENTH REGION CONFERENCE 

Rosen, W. -98; Hobson, J. -98; Bottom, W. -98; Ferrell, 
R. - 98; Willis, D. - 97; Moore, W, K. - 97; Rouse, D. - 96: 
Looney, J. - 96; Leslie, B. -96; Leslie. J. -96; Owens, P. -95 
Fliehman, J. - 93; Droz. L. - 89. 

NORTH EASTERN KENTUCKY REGION 

Rapp. B. - 94; Heaberlin. W. - 93; Swarts. J. - 92; Arthur, P 
-90; Heaberlin. W. Jr. -90; McConnell. J.90; Burgess. O.- 
89; Graham, J. - 89; Heaberlin. B. - 89; Johnson. B. - 89 
Menshouse, L. - 89; Simpson. J. 89; Bocook. E. - 88 
Johnson, L. - 88; Riffe, G. -88; Davis, R. -87; Evans, R. -87 
Kouns. B.- 87; Logan, M. -87; Thomas, P. -87; Nethercutt, 
B. - 86; Pinkerman, C. - 86; Taylor, J. - 86; Aitken, K. - 85 
Buckley, B. - 85; Conley, J. B. - 85; Craft, B. - 85; Gallaher, 
J. - 85; Johnson, L. - 85; Lynch, D. - 85; McGarey, P. - 85 
Morgan, - G. - 85; Pinson, P. - 85; Rapp, T. - 85; Russell, A. - 
85; Shire, J. - 85; Stanbery, C. - 85; Strader, T. - 85; Swarts, 
M. - 85; Wheeling, R. - 85; Dickison, S. - 84; Powell, P. - 84; 
Johnson, K. 83; Conley, M. -81 ; McNeil, D. -81 ; Mitchell, G 
- 81 ; Short, B. - 81 ; Charles J. - 80; Wells, T. -80; White, J. - 



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K.H.S.A.A. BASKETBALL CHAMPION — 1982 




(Left to Right) Front Row: K. Chambers, M. BIrdsong, L. Jarrett, L. Seay, G. Helkkinen, S. Smith, 
T. Payne, Second Row: P. Barrett, K. Crowell, J. White, P. Cummings, C. Parker, M. Yopp, L. 
Cothran, S. Dick. 



Member Of National Federation of State High School Associations 



Official Organ of the 
KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

APRIL, 1982 



MERCY ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL — RUNNER-UP 
1982 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Left to Right) Front Row: P. Smith, J. Baron, G. Fledkamp, J. Sander, M. Poschlnger, P. Smith, Second Row: Mgr. H. 
McCarthy, N. Falter, P. Kopp, M. TIschendorf , G. Montano, M. WIcke, Mgr. S. Klesler, S. Klesler, Back Row: Coaches, C. Just, S. 
Kaufman. Cheerleaders: P. Thomas, K. Foushee, B. Arlington, E. McCarthy, E. Zwelbel, M. Prada, K. Carroll. 



HENRY CLAY HIGH SCHOOL — SEMI-FINALIST 
1982 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Left to Right) Front Row: Mgr. L. Godfrey, B. Richardson, T. TIchenor, S. Owen, J. KIser, F. Fisher, C. Gaynor, Mgr. K. Barton. 
Second Row: Asst. Coach, B. Evans, L. Moses, B. Croley, L. Nichols, B. Leonard, D. Sims, K. Jones, Head Coach J. Austin. 
Cheerleaders: S. Bayes, K. Cowglll, A. Diamond, V. Garrison, P. Lutes, J. Reed, S. Shanks, K. Yancey. 



The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIV — NO. 8 



$2.00 Per Year 



MINUTES OF THE BOARD MEETING 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the Hyatt Regency, Lexington, 
on Friday, March 26, 1982. The meeting was calledtoorder 
at 9:30 A.M. by President J.D. Minnehan. Board members 
Charles Black, John Brock, Whaylon Coleman, Eldon 
Davidson, Robie Harper, Bob Rogers, Charles Miller, and 
Fairce Woods; Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive 
Assistant Billy V. Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid 
DeVries and Louis Stout w/ere present. Conley Manning 
was present representing the State Department of 
Education. Robie Harper gave the invocation. 

Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Fairce Woods, that the 
minutes of the January meeting be approved. The motion 
passed unanimously. 

Mr. Mills gave a report on the results of the election for 
new Board members to represent Section 3 and Section 4. 
Prin. Ray Story, North Hardin High School, waselected by 
receiving 32 votes, and Prin. Patrick Crawford, Ballard 
High School, was elected by receiving 33 votes. 

President Minnehan discussed with the Board members 
the training session to be held at Pine Mountain State Park 
on Saturday, April 24, 1982. Mr. Minnehan reported that he 
had contacted Consultant Jim Huge to speak at the 
training session. 

After a discussion by Mr. Minnehan on the value of 
featured articles of recognition to be run in the Athlete, 
John Brock moved, seconded by Charles Miller, that the 
Board approve the running of featured articles in the 
Athlete. The motion carried unanimously. 

Mr. Wise gave a brief report on the progress of the Boys' 
State Basketball Tournament stating that the attendance 
at this point in the tournament is up slightly over the 1981 
figure. He stated that he would have a more detailed 
report at the April Meeting. The girls' tournament held on 
the Campus of Eastern Kentucky University was very 
successful with the attendance being consistent with the 
last few years. A financial audit of both tournaments will 
appear in the August issue of the "Athlete." 

President Minnehan discussed at length the assigning of 
officials and the fact that he had investigated the 
possibility of going to a computerized method of assigning 
officials. He reported that he had discussed this with 
representatives of other state associations and found that 
it had worked well in their states. Mr. Minnehan suggested 
that a committee be formed to study this phase of the 
Officials' Division. Bob Rogers moved, seconded by Eldon 
Davidson, that a committee be formed to study the 
Officials' Division and that Mr. Minnehan be named 
Chairman. The motion carried unanimously. Board 
members who volunteered to be named to the Committee 
w^ith Mr. Wise and Mr. Minnehan were: Whaylon Coleman, 
John Brock, Robie Harper, and Bob Rogers. 

After a discussion on the eligibility case of Tommy Smith 
who was ruled ineligible under By-Law 6, Transfer Rule, 
John Brock moved, seconded by Whaylon Coleman, that 
By-Law 6 be waived in this case and that Tommy Smith be 
considered eligible immediately to represent Paintsville 
High School in interscholastic athletics providing he 
meets all other eligibility requirements. The motion passed 
unanimously. 



President Minnehan presented a letter received from 
Principal Bill Van Winkle, representing the schools in the 
Big 8 Conference recommending that the K.H.S.A.A. 
discontinue the practice of presenting free passes to each 
member school for the Boys' and Girls' State Basketball 
Tournaments. Mr. Van Winkle further recommended that 
the Board of Control consider adopting the semi-state 
plan for basketball playoffs as is presently being done in 
Indiana. Following a discussion on each of the 
recommendations, Robie Harper made the motion that the 
suggestions be referred to the All-Sports Committee and 
the Basketball Committee for consideration. Whaylon 
Coleman seconded the motion and it passed unanimously. 
Robie Harper moved, seconded by Whaylon Coleman, 
that item 2 "the boys and girls basketball tournaments 
adopt the Indiana semi-state system. The basis for this is 
that it is less disruptive, less expensive and more 
educationally sound," be referred to the Basketball 
Committee, The motion carried unanimously. 

Bob Rogers presented a request from the Western 
Kentucky Conference Officials' Association that the same 
mileage fee be paid to all football officials, John Brock 
moved, seconded by Eldon Davidson, that the request be 
referred to the Football Committee. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Bob Rogers request that Ballard Memorial High School 
be given permission to play a benefit basketball game 
between their seniors and teachers for a husband of a 
teacher who has Lou Gehrig disease. Eldon Davidson 
moved, seconded by Fairce Woods, that By-Law 32 be 
waive in this case. The motion carried unanimously. 

Following a suggestion that the runner-up in the 
basketball district tournament play not be allowed to 
continue on to the regional tournament, John Brock 
moved, seconded by Charles Miller, that this be referred to 
the Basketball Committee. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

Mr. Conley Manning reported to the Board that the State 
Department of Education will conduct a survey of the 
member schools on classification of schools in basketball. 
After a discussion on the mileage allowance for the 
Board of Control and K.H.S.A.A. staff, Fairce Woods 
moved, seconded by John Brock, that the amount be 
changed to 20C per mile. The motion carried unanimously. 
Charles Miller moved, seconded by Charles Black, that the 
motion be amended to read "to be effective as of July 1, 
1982." The motion passed by a vote of 8 in favor and 1 
abstention. 

Upon a request by Louis Stout, John Brock moved, 
seconded by Robie Harper, that the Board approve the use 
of one umpire in areas where there is a shortage of umpires 
for 1982 with the fee of $27.50 plus mileage and beginning 
in 1983 that the one umpire system not be used. The 
motion passed by a vote of 6 in favor and 3 opposed. 

Following a discussion on the recent legal action filed 
by the Dayton Independent Board of Education, et al, in 
the Franklin Circuit Court on classification in basketball, 
Fairce Woods moved, seconded by Whaylon Coleman, 
that the matter be referred to Board Attorney Phillip Scott 
(Continued on Page Two) 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1982 



MARCH, 1982 VOL. XLIV— NO. 8 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
May 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 
Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to ; 
K.H.S.A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President J D, Minnehan (1978-1982) LaGrange 

Vice-President .... Fairce O Woods (1979-1983) Flemingsburg 

Directors Charles D. Black (1980-1984) 

Barbourville; John Brock (1980-1984) Morehead; Whaylon 
Coleman (1980-1984) Owensboro; Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) 
Monticello, Robie l-Harper, Jr (1979-1983) Drakesboro; Alvis 
Johnson (1980-1984) Harrodsburg; Charles Miller (1981-1982) 
Pleasure Ridge Park, Robert L. Rogers (1981 -1985) Barlow; Conley 
Manning, State Department of Education representative 
Subscription Rate $2.00 per year 

(Continued Boarti MInutet) 

for a w/ritten defense on behalf of the K.H.S.A.A. The 
motion passed unanimously. 

Fairce Woods moved, seconded by Bob Rogers, that all 
bills of the Association for the period beginning January 1, 
1982, and ending February 28, 1982, be allowed. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

The next meeting of the Boardof Control was scheduled 
for April 15, 1982 at 9:00 A.M., at the K.H.S.A.A. Building, 
Lexington. 

There being no further business, John Brock moved, 
seconded by Whaylon Coleman, that the meeting be 
adjourned. The motion carried unanimously. 



From the Commissioner's Office 



1982 K.H.S.A.A. Annual Meeting 

The business meeting of the Delegate Assembly was 
held on Friday, April 16, at 11:00 A.M. at the K.H.S.A.A. 
Building. 

As provided in Article IX, Section 1, of the K.H.S.A.A. 
Constitution the following proposals for changes in the 
rules of the Association, to be acted upon at the annual 
meeting, are hereby submitted to all members of the 
K.H.S.A.A. for their information. No proposals other than 
these may be considered at the annual meeting, except by 
a two-thirds vote of the delegates. 

PROPOSAL I 

Prin. Teddy White, Grayson County High School, 
proposes that By-Law 4, Age, be changed to read as 
follows: "A contestant becomes ineligible on his/her 
nineteenth birthday with the following exception: If the 



age of nineteen is attained after the sport season has 
started, he/she remains eligible for the remainder of the 
season in that sport. For the application of this rule, the fall 
sports season shall begin on August 1, the winter sports 
season on November 1, and the spring sports season on 
January 1." 

PROPOSAL II 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association proposes that By-Law 6(1), Transfer 
Rule, be changed to read as follows: "If there has been a 
simultaneous change in the residence of the parents into 
the school district where the school the student now 
attends is located, except that the student may delay 
joining his/her parents until the end of the semester in 
which the change of residence occurred or the end of the 
current sports season if the student is a participant." 



STATE TRACK 
MEET INFORMATION 

Friday, May 21, 1982 

Practice Schedule: The Shively Track will be open for 
practice all day for those who wish to use it. 

Team Packets: Team packets and numbers can be 
picked up from 5:00-6:00 p.m. in front of the Shively Sports 
Center Building or Saturday morning. May 22, from 8:00- 
9:30 a.m. at the gate to the track. 

Coaches Meeting: There will be a coaches and officials 
meeting at 6:00 p.m. at the Shively Sports Center, Room 
102. 

3200 M. Run - The 3200 M. Run has been added for girls 
this year. 

800 M. Medley for girls hat been dropped from the order 
of events this year. 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FOR K.H.S.A.A. 

STATE TRACK MEET 

CLasses A, AA, AAA Boys - CLasses A, AA, AAA Girls 

FINALS - Saturday May 22, 1982 

TRACK 

10:00 — A Girls - 100m Low Hurdles 
10:05 — AA Girls - 100m Low Hurdles 
10:10 — AAA Girls - 100m Low Hurdles 
10:20 — A Boys - 110m High Hurdles 
10:25 — AA Boys - 110m High Hurdles 
10:30 — AAA Boys - 110m High Hurdles 
10:40 — A Girls - 100 Dash 
10:46 — AA Girls - 100m Dash 
10:50 — AAA Girls - 100m Dash 
10:55 — A Boys - 100m Dash 
11:00 — AA Boys - 100m Dash 
11:05 — AAA Boys - 100m Dash 
11:10 — A Girls - 1600m Run 
11:20 — AA Girls - 1600m Run 
11:30 — AAA Girls - 1600m Run 
1 1 :40 — A Boys - 1600m Run 
11:48 — AA Boys - 1600m Run 
11:56 — AAA Boys - 1600m Run 
12:04 — A Girls - 800m Relay 
12:12 — AA Girls - 800m Relay 
12:20 — AAA Girls - 800m Relay 
12:28 — A Boys - 800m Relay 
12:36 — AA Boys - 800m Relay 
12:44 — AAA Boys - 800m Relay 
LUNCH BREAK 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1982 



PAGE THREE 



1:20 — A Girls - 400m Dash 

1;25 — AA Girls - 400m Dash 

1:30 — AAA Girls - 400m Dash 

1:35 — A Boys - 400m Dash 

1:40 — AA Boys - 400m Dash 

1:45 — AAA Boys - 400m Dash 

1:55 — A Girls - 3200m Run 

2:10 — AA Girls - 3200m Run 

2:25 — AAA Girls - 3200m Run 

2:40 — A Boys - 300m Low Hurdles 

2:45 — AA Boys - 300m Low Hurdles 

2:50 — AAA Boys - 300m Low Hurdles 

2:55 — A Girls - 300m Low Hurdles 

3:00 — AA Girls - 300m Low Hurdles 

3:05 — AAA Girls - 300m Low Hurdles 

3:10 — A Boys - 800m Run 

3:15 — AA Boys - 800m Run 

3:20 — AAA Boys - 800m Run 

3:25 — A Girls - 800m Run 

3:30 — AA Girls - 800m Run 

3:35 - AAA Girls - 800m Run 

3:40 — A Boys - 200m Dash 

3:45 — AA Boys - 200m Dash 

3:50 — AAA Boys — 200m Dash 

3:55 — A Girls - 200m Dash 

4:00 — AA Girls - 200m Dash 

4:05 — AA Girls - 200m Dash 

4:10 — A Boys - 3200m Run 

4:25 — AA Boys - 3200 Run 

4:40 — AAA Boys - 3200m Run 

4:55 — A Girls 1600m Relay 

5:03 — AA Girls - 1600m Relay 

5:11 — AAA Girls - 1600m Relay 

5:19 — A Boys - 1600m Relay 

5:27 — AA Boys - 1600m Relay 

5:35 — AAA Boys - 1600m Relay 

5:43 — A Girls - 400m Relay 

5:51 — AA Girls - 400m Relay 

5:59 — AAA Girls - 400m Relay 

6:15 — AWARDS 



FIELD EVENTS 



SHOT 

9:00 — Boys A 
10:30 — Boys AA 
12:00— Boys AAA 
1:30— Girls A 
3:00 — Girls AA 
4:30 — Girls AAA 

DISCUS 

9:00 — Girls AAA 
10:30 — Girls AA 
12:00— Girls A 
1 :30 — Boys A 
3:00 — Boys AA 
4:30 — Boys AAA 

LONG JUMP 

9:00 — Boys AAA 
10:30 — Boys AA 
12:00 — Boys A 
1:30— Girls A 
3:00 — Girls AA 
4:30 — Girls AAA 



POLE VAULT 

9:00 — Boys A 
12:00— Boys AA 
3:00 — Boys AAA 



HIGH JUMP 

9:00 — Girls A 
10:30 — Girls AA 
12:00 — Girls AAA 
1 :30 — Boys A 
3:00 — Boys AA 
4:30 — Boys AAA 

TRIPLE JUMP 

12:00 (noon) — Boys AAA 
2:00 — Boys AA 
4:00 — Boys A 



RIFLE MARKSMANSHIP RESULTS 

Fern Creek High School won the team and individual 
State Rifle Marksmanship Championship on April 3, 1982 
The team score was 141 2 with Jim French taking individual 
honors with a score of 285. 

Thirteen teams competed in the tournament which was 
held at Jeffersontown High School. Team scores are as 
follows: 

Fern Creek (1412) - Engle, 281 ; McWilliams, 284; Panne 
277; Blacketer, 285; French, 285. 

Southern (1365) - Steinlander, 262; Roberts, 271 ; Mannon, 
281; Jesse, 271; Thompson, 279. 

Seneca (1343) - Harrington, 269; Scheinhart, 261 ; Sowers 
274; McGlynn, 272; Brightwell, 267. 
Jeffersontown (1329) - Troutman, 260; Smith, 266; Kelty 
276; Stine, 272; Jump, 255. 

Owensboro (1312) - Lyons, 264; Holton, 284; Davis, 254: 
Roberts, 262; Sanders, 248. 

Eastern (1257) - Roe, 246; Baker, 255; Walcott, 245 
Grzech, 255; Kaltenthaler, 256. 

Male (1252) - Hammond, 242; Vanburen, 236; Small, 240 
Roederer, 271; Pitts, 263 

Bowling Green (1243) - Guadagni, 283; Drake, 256 
Lawrence, 228; Elam, 247; Massey, 229. 
Paul Blazer (1225) - Carroll, 247; Irvine, 259; Biggs, 244: 
Mobley, 260; Salyers, 215 

Bourbon County (1204) - Scott, 259; Pribble, 256 
Reynolds, 212; Bills, 228; Bussell, 249. 
Butler (1108) - Clock, 237; Burden, 249; McLarney, 247 
Johnson, 188; Wentworth, 187. 

Valley (997) - Brown, 180; Graham, 162; Decker, 234 
Stinnett, 197; Pack, 224. 

Fort Knox (996) - Plant, 189; Toscano, 209; Robinson, 205 
Edwards, 222; Kuklinski, 171. 



Fencing Championships Results 

Oneida Baptist Institute won the 14th Kentucky High 
School Fencing CHampionship which was held at 
Atherton High School, Louisville, on April 3, 1982. 
Oneida's team scored 41 points and Tim Hensley of 
Jessamine County High School won each of the three 
events. Oneida's Phillip Gilbert and Andy Schaeffer were 
second and third respectively in the foil. Jim Toscano of 
Fort Knox was second in the epee and sabre, Gilbert was 
third in the epee and Oneida's Milton Barger was third in 
the sabre event. 

In the girls' competition, which included only the foil. 
Sue Kargle of Sacred Heart Academy went undefeated in 
the final pool to take the win, followed by Carol Combs and 
Donna Hey of Oneida Baptist. 



1981-82 Approved and Certified 
Baseball Officials 

The following Baseball officials have qualified for the 
ratings for APPROVED or CERTIFIED as a result of the 
National Federation Examination: 

APPROVED BASEBALL OFFICIALS: 
ALEXANDER, Carlton Lee BAKER, David W. 

AMIS, John Paul BASTIN, Barry L. 

ANGELUCCI, Armand Jr. BAUMANN, Michael G. 

ARLINGHAUS, Robert L. BEACH, Frankie L. 

ASH, Mickie Lerome BEAVERS, Daniel F. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1982 



BENTON, Jeffrey 
BILITER, Kenneth W. 
BLACK, Billy R. 
BLAIR, Jeff 
BRADLEY, Robert Jr. 
BREEDEN, Alan G. 
BROADHEAD, Edwin Keith 
BURGESS, Blair Sr. 
BURNETT, Jesse L. 
BUSH, Karmen B. 
CAMIC, David 
CHARLES, Paul Mitchell 
CHRISTOFIELD, Andrew 
CLARK, James 
CLARK, William S. Ill 
CLAY, Scott Lane 
COLEMAN, Clarence R. 
COOPER, Frederick 
COX, James L. 
CRAFT, Robert E. 
CRICK, Dwaine 
CRIGGER, Leslie H. 
DEAVER, Milford E. 
DORRIS, James A. 
DOTSON, Scott J. 
EDWARDS, Mark 
ELKIN. Jack Michael 
ELLIOTT, Billy A. 
FERRELL, Gene L. 
FLICKINGER, Robert E. 
FORD, John W. 
GABRIEL. Charles R. 
GARDNER. Bobby L. 
GIACONE. Scott Tony 
GIBSON, Gary F. 
GLISKER, Barry 
GREY, Don 
HAINES, Michael 
HALL, W. Keith 
HANDY, Gene A. 
HARBISON, Larry W. 
HARDESTY, Francis L. 
HARKLEROAD. Thomas S. 
HARMON, Barry 
HAYES, Bob 
HENRY, Tony 
HERP, James R. 
HOLLAND, Jerry W 
HOLT, Larry K. 
HOSKINS, Charles H. Ill 
HOUCHENS, Joe Danny 
HOUCHIN, Donald Nelson 
HUCKER, Benjamin T. 
HULME. David L. 
HUNT. David 
INGRAHAM. Gary J. 
JAMES. Gary 
JARBOE. Ronald L. 
JOHNSON, Howard Gil 
KEMPLIN, Frank 
KERSEY, Warren D. 
KISTNER, Gary Wayne 



KLUG, Juiiann Tesar 
KLUMP, William Roger 
KRAUTHEIM. Frank J. 
LEEP, John B. Jr. 
LESTER, Donald B. 
LEWIS, Joseph C. 
LUDWIG, Joseph L. 
LYNCH, Thomas E. 
McNEILL, Barney 
McNeill, Thomas Blaine 
MATHEWS, Arthur E. 
MATUSIAK. Marty H. 
MEACHAM, Greg 
MEIER, Tony 
MILES, Charles M. 
MILLS, Thomas Alan 
MONTGOMERY, Billy G. 
MORRISON, Donnie Royce 
NELSON, Barrett L. 
NELSON, Eric W. 
NIX. Roger L. 
OBERHAUSEN, Daniel E. 
OSBORNE, Robert Louis 
PARKEY, Cecil Ed 
PARKER, Wilson Dale 
PENICK. Dave R. 
PENNER. Daniel H. 
POLIVICK. David T. 
PONCHOT. Joseph C. 
PUCKETT. Robert O. 
PURKINS, Walter R. Jr. 
RICE, Michael L. 
RILEY, Rim Ray 
ROBERTS, Harry 
ROGERS, Rufus B. 
ROOF, Ddvid H. 
RUNYON, Tommy D. 
SALYERS, John D. 
SANDERS, Alan 
SAWYERS, Willie Gene 
SCOTT, W. L. 
SIBERT, Charles L. Jr. 
SIMPSON, Earsie L. 
SKAGGS, Nathan L. 
SMALLWOOD, Talmadge 
SMART, John S. 
SPAHR, Scott David 
STILES, George A. 
STRAUS. William 
TAYLOR, George H. 
TAYLOR. Joseph Lynn 
THOMAS, Michael A. 
THOMPSON, Mark H. 
THORNSBERRY, John 
TINSLEY, R. Steve 
TIPTON, Steven W. 
TURNER, Keenan V. 
TURPEN, David Todd 
WADE, Charles O. 
WADLINGTON, Carroll 
WALKER, Danny 
WALLACE, Kevin Mark 



WESTPHAL, Edwin L 
WHITE, David A. 
WILLIAMS, Gary Lee 
WILSON, Larry Earl 
WILSON, Larry W. 
WINGFIELD, Felix G. IV 



WOOD, Gwin L. 
WOOD, Paul D. 
WOODARD, William P. 
WOODWARD, Mark 
WREN, Bruce E. 



CERTIFIED BASEBALL OFFICIALS: 



ALMAND, David F. 
ARFLIN, Tracy T. II 
ARNOLD, James R. 
ASHLEY, Kenneth 
BARNARD, Phillip E. 
BARNARD, Rodney E. 
BARTLEY, David 
BELL, Ronald Keith 
BOND, Terry L. Sr. 
BROWN, Barry 
BROWN, James W. 
BROWN, John W. 
BURDETTE, Wally M. 
BURKEEN, Phillip C. 
BUTCHER, David Newsome 
BUTCHER. Stephen D 
CAMBRON, John Lane 
GARDEN, L. Gene 
CARLTON, Robert W. 
COLLINS, Dermot Joseph 
COOPER, Willie V. 
CRAGER, Bobby F. 
CRITTENDEN, Fred M. 
CULL, Robert E. 
DANIEL, Roger T. 
DAVIS. Jay W. 
DILL, James Roger 
DIVINE. Wayne L. 
DRIVER, Bob D. 
DUERSON, W. R. 
DWYER. James E. Jr 
DWYER, Robert H. 
EAST, William L. 
EDMONDSON, Johnny B. 
EVANS, Lewis 
FINCH. Steven A. 
FOULKS, Michael D. 
FRALEY. Charlie L. 
FRANKEL. Louis S. 
FROEDGE, Mark Wayne 
GILLASPIE. Robert 
GILMORE, Donald 
GREEN, Donald 
HARDIN, Don G. 
HEABERLIN, Bill 
HENDERSON. Charles A. 
HENSON, Don R. 
HERP. Kenneth Jr. 
HERRICK, Calvin P. 
HIGGINS. James P. 
HILL. Christopher D. 
HILL, Myron K. 
HILPP, Louis E. 
HOPSON, James E. 
HUDSON, Mark D. 



HUNTER, Harold J. Jr. 
JENKINS, Burney 
JOHNSON, David L. 
JOHNSON, Kenneth W. 
JOHNSON, W, Lynn 
JOSEPH, Charles S. 
KIMMEL, Jerry 
KING, James A. 
KLEITZ, Jerry D. 
KLUEPFEL, Joseph C. 
KORDENBROCK, Joseph S. 
KOUNS, Robert H. 
LYNCH, Lester F. 
McCLURE, Jerry T. 
McMURTREY, Tom 
MARKHAM, Stan 
MARLETTE, Ronald L. 
MARSHALL, Barry J. 
MEYERS, John F. 
MOORE, Phillip H. 
MORGAN, Keith P. 
MORGAN, Richard 
MORRIS, Edward C. 
MOSELY. David 
NASH. Richard C. 
NORWOOD. Thomas R. 
PELPHREY, Joe D. 
PENNER, Merritt D. Jr. 
PIERCE, Frank D. Jr. 
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REIF, Harry F. 
ROGERS, Eldridge 
RONSHAUSEN. Tex 
SACKETT, Eugene W. 
SAWYERS. Randall 
SCHAEFER, Raymond Michael 
SHARTZER, Keith B. 
SNELL, Johnny 
STETHEN, James E. 
STIVERS, Franklin A. 
TAYLOR. Carl D. 
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WILLIAMS, James A. 
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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1982 



TODD COUNTY CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL — SEMI-FINALIST 
1982 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




(Left to Right) Front Row: M. Martin, S. Morris, A. Robertson, A. Smith, J. Cowherd, Second 
Row: Coach D. IHouchin, J. Smith, S. Chastin, M. Glass, K. Groves, L. Dunbar, L. Rager, Coach J. 
Houchin. Cheerleaders: A. Bingham, F. Bryant, K. Ferrell, L. Hampton, L. Hancock, P. Martin. 



1981-82 ANNUAL REPORT 
(Presented to the Delegate Assembly) 



Three hundred five schools joined the Association for 
the 1981-82 school year. Eleven of these schools enroll 
girls only and eight have only boys. In 1980-81 there were 
314 schools, in 1979-80 there were 315. 

There were 199 schools involved in Football. Classes A, 
AA, AAA, and AAAA Championship games were played at 
the Fairgrounds, Louisville. Attendance was 
approximately 17,049 and gross receipts were $62,453.25. 
Expenses involved in conducting the state football 
playoffs were $27,438.07. Interest and attendance at the 
regional, semi-final and final games continued to increase 
resulting in greater revenue for the schools involved. 

In Cross Country 142 boys' teams entered twenty-two 
regional meets. One hundred twenty-three girls' teams 
entered all three classes in seventeen regional. The 
expenses incurred in sponsoring this sport were 
$10,672.36 and the receipts were $3,972.00. Classes A, AA 
and AAA were held in Lexington at the Kentucky Horse 
Park. 

The Wrestling program continues to move forward at a 
rapid pace. There were sixty schools in the eight regions 
with the winner and runner-up in each weight class 
advancing to the finals. The championship tournament 
was held at Atherton High School with receipts for the 
meet of $8,982.00 and expenditures of approximately 
$10,282.61. 

In Swimming forty-five girls' teams and forty-four boys' 
teams competed for the championships. The meets were 
held at Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, on 
February 26-27. The receipts were $927.00 and the 
expenses were $7,019.05. 

The approximate gross receipts from the boys' and girls' 
district basketball tournaments were $567,331 .30 while the 
regional tournament took in $445,530.50, for a total of 
$1 ,012,861 .80. Attendance at the Boys' State Tournament 



was approximately 1 29,467 as compared to 1 1 2,856 for last 
year. The gross receipts this year for the tournament is 
estimated at $592,683.68, with expenditures of 
approximately $182,229.59. 

Attendance at the Girls' State Basketball Tournament 
was 27,235. The gross receipts amounted to $99,586.00 
with expenditures of approximately $55,032.86. A 
complete report will appear in the audit. 

There were nineteen teams competing in the State Rifle 
Marksmanship Meet in Louisville. Expenses incurred were 
approximately $850.56. 

Approximately fourteen teams competed in the State 
Fencing Meet on April 3, 1982, at Atherton High School, 
Louisville. 

There were fourteen schools with boys' Gymnastics 
teams and twenty-two with girls. There were two girls' 
regional meets held at Paris High School and Kentucky 
Country Day School, but there was not sufficient number 
of boys' teams to justify a regional. The state meets were 
held at Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, on 
February 20. The receipts were $779.00 and expenses were 
$2,872.01. 

The number of schools competing in Volleyball was 
fifty-four. The K.H.S.A.A. sanctioned tournament was held 
at Memorial Coliseum, Lexington, on October30-31 , 1981 . 
Expenses incurred were $8,502.67 with receipts of 
$3,555.00. 

In the other sports that are to follow 261 baseball teams 
will compete in fifty-nine districts and sixteen regions; 190 
girls' and 194 boys' track teams will compete in twenty- 
four regions; 121 girls' golf teams and 181 boys' teams will 
play in nineteen regions; 173 girls' tennis teams and 180 
boys' teams will play in eleven regions. State 
championship meets will be held in baseball at Somerset; 
Classes A, AA, and AAA track at the University of 
(Continued on Page Twelve) 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1982 



PAGE SEVEN 



SACRED HEART ACADEMY — GIRLS' CHAMPION 
1982 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




(Left to Right) Front Row: L. RIckert, M. Curley, J. Roberts, J. Schoering, Second Row: S. Dudgeon, P. Meagner, P. Gilligan, R. 
Carrigan, S. Ware, Third Row: J. Sauer, K. Day, S. Games, K. Curtin, S. Augustus, A. Oberst, A. Allen, E. Brown. (Not Shown) M. 
T. Meagher. 



ST. XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL — BOYS' CHAMPION 
1982 STATE SWIMMING MEET 




(Left to Right) Front Row: B. Hlllebrand, J. Wine, M. Dumstorf, T. Welling. Second Row: T. ZInk, B. Tinker, C. Oberst, P. Davis, 
J. Borders, S. Rhodes. Third Row: Coach Ted Pearce, M. Curley, E. Schweitz, M. Scheld, H. Thoben, J. TIerney, S. Makk. 



PAGE EIGHT 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1982 



1982 K.H.S.A.A. Swimming and Diving Champions 

EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY, RICHMOND, KY— FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26 & 27, 1982 



BOYS' FINAL RESULTS 



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1. St. Xavier 

2. Covington Catholic 

3. Model 

4. Male 

5. Trinity 

6. Bowling Green 

7. Ballard 

8. Paul Blazer 

9. Tales Creek 

10. Highlands 

11. Elizabethtown 

12. Hopkinsvllle 

13. Russell 

14. Henry Clay 

15. Owensboro Catholic 

16. Western Hills 

17. Henderson County 

18. Lloyd 

19. Atherton 

20. Daviess County 

21. Lexington Catholic 

22. Scott 

22. Woodford County 

24. Conner 

25. Madisonville-No. Hopkins 

26. Fern Creek 

27. Oneida Baptist 

28. Dixie 

29. Apollo 

30. Owensboro 



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1. 200 Yard Medley Relay 

St Xavier (N. Curley, J, Tierney, E. 

Schweitz. T Welting) 1:41,777 

Model (S Shuber,S.Levng,L Robinson, 

R. Gibbs) 1:42,663 

Bowling Green (D, Powell. J. Deller, J. 

Rodgers, C. Watts) 1:45.709 

Ballard 1:47.786 

Covington Catholic (B, Mang. T, Rolf. 
R. Summer, K Summer) .... 1:48.432 
Tnnity(T Leist. M Curtin, K, Landry, 
G. Hogg) 1:49 655 

2. 200 Yard Freestyle 

Matt Dressman, Cov, Cath, . . 1:44.618 

Mike Neal, Ballard 1:47,353 

Craig Oney. Paul Bl 1:47,945 

Tim Welting, St Xavier 1:47.955 

John Konerman. Lloyd Mem, 1:49,562 

Chris Padgett, Trinity 1 :52,720 

3. 200 Yard Individual Medley 

Jamie Barnett, Male 1:55.494 

Mike Culley, St, Xavier 1:56,095 

Brian Summe, Campbell Co. 2:00 405 
Bob Stapleton, W Hills 2:03.688 

Bob Stapleton, W, Hills 2:03.688 

Tim Ctiapmen, O, Cath 2:04.688 

Billy godfrey, Elizabethtown . 2:06.348 

4.50 Yard Fresityle 

Dan Powell, Bowling Green . . . 22.240 
Sean Schubert, Model 22.404 



Geoffrey Hogg, Trinity 23,031 

Rick Staub, Cov, Cath 23,354 

Todd Thomason. Hen, Co 23,597 

Ron Turner, MNH 23 929 

5. One Mater Diving 

Robbie Cottrell. Russell 41 1 .95 

Mark McLaughlin. St, Xavier . . 378.60 

John Reinhart. Male 377.25 

Tim O'Brien. Conner 376.60 

Alan Frazer, Highlands 355.70 

David Blount, Henry Clay 354.95 

6. 100 Yard Butterfly 

Eric Schwietz, St. Xavier 52.594 

Tim Chapman. O, Cath 54.175 

Sean Schubert. Model 54.627 

Tom Loschiavo, Cov Cath, . . . 55.472 

Todd Thomason. Hen. Co 55.979 

Evan Eckman, Ballard 56.673 

7. 100 Yard Freeatyle 

Matt Dressman, Cov Cath 47 543 

Eric Schwietz, St. Xavier 48.605 

Dan Powell, Bowling Green . . . 48 946 

Graig Oney, Paul Blazer 49 276 

Glenn Yates, Tales Creek 51 .681 

Jeff Ralenkotter, Cov Cath. ... 52.155 

8. 500 Yard Freestyle 

Tim Welting. SI. Xavier 4:50.864 

Scott Wynkoop. Atherton . . . 4:53.973 

C Padgett. Trinity 4:54.084 

John Konerman, Lloyd 4:55.166 



Chris Godfrey, Elizabethtown 4:56,602 
Peter Fisher. Woodford Co, . 4:59 742 

9. 100 Yard Bacltstroke 

Mike Curley. St, Xavier 54,881 

Charlie Oberst, St, Xavier 56,407 

Jeff Bakehorn, Tates Creek . . . 57.388 
Billy Godfrey, Elizabethtown . . 58,643 

Berry Mang. Cov Cath 1:01592 

Lee Kessinger. Hen, Co 1:02 073 

10. 100 Yard Breaststrolce 

J G Barnett, Male 59.957 

Brian Summer. Cov, Cath, .. 1:01.550 

Robert Gibbs, Model 1 03.503 

Bob Stapleton, W Hills 1:03.736 

John Tierney, St, Xavier 1:03,794 

Matt Jordan, Male 1:04,437 



11. 400 Yard Freestyle Relay 

1, Covington Catholic {R. Staub, J 
Ralenkoher, B Summe, M. Dressman) 
3:18.574 

2, Male (J, Hoyt, M, Huttenlocher. M, 
Jorden, J Barnett) 3:23 25 

3, Trinity (G Hogg. T Leist. C, Padgett. 
K, Landry) 2:25 398 

4, Paul Blazer (G. Pausen. T Stanford. S. 
Kmecak. C. Oney) 

5. Hopkinsvllle (J. Sivley. K Sensing. J 

Rodgers. J. Smith) 3:33.798 

6. St. Xavier (J. Wine. C. Oberst, S. Rhodes, 
S. Makk) 3:34.290 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1982 



PAGE NINE 



1982 K.H.S.A.A. Swimming and Diving Champions 

EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY, RICHMOND, KY— FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26 & 27, 1982 



GIRLS' FINAL RESULTS 



1. 200 Yard Medley Relay 

Male (K Berry, G huttenlocher, A Fox, 

L Welting) 1 56,415 

Sacred Heart {K Day, J Schroering. M 

Meagher, S Carries) 159 955 

Tales Creek (J Bakehorn, A Taylor, 

L Fazee, A Asher) 2 01082 

Elizabethtown (K Boone, J Slivers, V 

Andrews, G Andrews) 2 01 800 

Highlands (A Bateson, B, Wilmer. L 

Wilson, T Hayes) 2 01 925 

Notre Dame (P Waltonberg, J Thelen, 
A Feary, Durret) 2:03,947 

2. 200 Freestyle 

Andrea Kuhl. Ft Campbell , , 1:58,420 

Angela Fox. Male 1 58 555 

Melisa Schreiber, Villa Mad 1 58 596 

Sarah Carnes, Sacred Heart 1 59 073 

Tracy Robinson, Bryan St ,. 1,59,821 

Gee Koop, St Henry 2:00,379 

3. 200 Individual Medley 

Tone Trees, Athenon 2 09 798 

Beverly Acker, Model 2 11987 

Lisa Goodman, Shelby Co ,, 2 14 145 

Gail Huttenlocher, Male 2:15,568 

Lisa Wotenberg, Notre Dame 2 18,130 

Jill Bakehorn, Tales Creek ., 2:18 152 

4. 50 Freestyle 

Laureen Welting, Male 25.544 

Cathy Haycrall, Owensboro ,., 25.857 

Vicki Robinson, Bryan St 26 138 

Amy Heasley, Jessamine Co. . 26.251 



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Paula Crail, Notre Dame 401 55 

Sarah Ware, Sacred Hean 396 90 

Lee Livesay, Waggoner 382 65 

Julie Jelt, Jessamine Co 375 20 

Susan Reinhart, Male 343 95 



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Laureen Welting. Male 52 609 

Peggy Meagher. Sacred Heart . 55 058 
Andrea Kuhl, Ft Campbell , , , , 55 340 
Amy heasley. Jessamine co , , 56 359 

Laura Fazee, Tates Creek 56 916 

Marci Sammartin, Lalayette ... 57 474 



8. 500 Freeatyle 

Mary T Meagher, SHA 5 06 277 

Elizabeth Miles. Collegiate ,, 5:14 773 

Tracy Robinson, Bryan St, , , 5 16 478 

Sarah Carnes. SHA 5 16.454 

Susan Torbett. Model 5:21 609 



6 Lisa Crowe. Conner 5 27 165 

9. 100 Backstroke 

1. Ton Trees, Atherton 100 164 

2 Jill Bakehorn, Tates Creek , 103 574 

3 Kelly Sammartin, Lalayette . 104 711 

4 Tracie Hollman, Scott Co . 105 818 

5 Theresa Bannington, Ludlow 106 014 

6 Linda Bridwell. Lafayette . .. 106 156 

10. 100 Breaststroke 

1 Beverly Acker, Model 1:06 998 

2 Lisa Goodman, Shelby Co . . 1 09 362 

3 Dorothy Shearn, Atherton , , 110 281 

4 Tncia Miller, Waggoner 110 310 

5 Lisa Woltenberg, Notre Dame 110 325 

6 Gail Huttenlocher, Male 110 917 

11. 400 Freestyle Relay 

1 Lafayette (K Sammartin. L Birdwell. 

C. Vanderwier, M Sammartin) 

3:51 704 

2 Sacred Heart (K, Day, J. Schroering. M 
Meagher, S Carnes) 3 52 311 

3 Model (P Janeway,S Torbett, B Acker, 
D Bellis) 3 52 750 

4 Notre Dame (P Woltenberg, A Romes, 
L Woltenberg. K Michael) . . 3 59 574 

5 Bryan Station {T Robinson. V 

Robinson. H Robinson. E Jett) 

4 00 802 

6 Paul Blazer (J Alvey, A Walter, K 
Johnson. S. Woolen) 4:06.279 



PAGE TEN 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR APRIL, 1982 



1982 Baseball Officials 



ADAMS, Benny. 1213 Evelyn Drive, Radcliff 40160 
ADAMS, David L., Box 339A, Pine Top 41843, 785-4230 
ADAMS. Jerry, 404 West Maple, Nicholasville 40356. 885-4375 

231-7474 
AKINS. Gary W.. No. 8. Meadows Mobile Home Park. Corbin 40701 . 

622-5936, 528-4733 
ALEXANDER, Carlton L., P.O. Box 7, Brovunsville 42210. 502/597- 

2031. 597-3713 
ALLISON. Larry. Route 1. Carlisle 40311. 289-2321. 724-5876 
ALMAND. David F.. 214 Liberty Street. Franklin 42134, 586-5475, 

586-6929 
AMIS, John P., Rt 1. Box 21. Buckhorn 41721. 606/398-7591. 

625-4525 
AMIS. Yance. Rt 1 . Box 20. Buckhorn 41 721 . 398-7595. 398-7591 
ANDERSON. Rock E . 126 Cookbrook Lane. Ft, Mitchell 41017. 

341-7620 
ANGELUCCI. Armand. Jr.. 304 Culpepper Road. Lexington 40502. 

266-6316 
ARFLIN. Tracy T II. 1220 Lyndon Lane. Radcliff 40160. 502/351- 

6226. 624-3311/8315 
ARLINGHAUS. Bob, Box 35D. Jones Road. Walton 41094. 

606/356-2828. 342-6400 
ARMSTRONG. Milton E.. 1107 Olive Street. Murray 42071, 767- 

4798 
ARNOLD, James R.. 9629 Humphrey Road. Cincinnati. OH 45242. 

891-7724. 561-4225 
ASH. Mikie L,. 2667 Delta Court. Radcliff 40160. 502/351-1893. 

624-5652 
ASHLEY. Kenneth. 108 Ohio, Somerset 42501, 606/678-8891, 679- 

1123 
AULICK, Neal D,, Route 1, Warsaw 41095. 606/567-2183. 567-5761 
AUSTIN. Charles. Box 72. Drakesboro 42337. 476-8002 
BAKER. David W . Georgetown Col.. Box 23. Kappa Alpha House. 

Georgetown 40324. 502/863-7158, 863-8440 
BALDWIN, James, 1004 McLeod. Madisonville 42431. 825-1643. 

821-7481 
BALDWIN. Robert M,. Richmond Village. Paintsville 41240. 606/ 

789-6888 
BALL. James L. 9207 Wanlou Drive. Louisville 40272. 502/ 

937-0372. 635-6391 
BARNARD. Phillip E . Route 10. Box 154-E. London 40741, 864- 

9265, 878-9300 
BARNARD, Rodney E., Route 11, Box 675, London 40741, 864- 

2590, 864-9265 
BARNHILL, E Carl, 416 Columbia Way. Bowling Green 42101. 

502/781-5400, 781-9600 
BARRETT. Ronnie. Box 194. Bonneville 41314, 593-5987 
BARTLEY, David, Route 1, Box 24. Summer Shade 42166. 502/428- 

5755. 651-9361 
BASTIN. Barry. 409 Chestnut Street. Danville40422. 606/236-6108. 

236-9400 
BATES. Jo R.. Box 2. Ermine 41815. 832-4487. 832-6735 
BAUMANN. Michael G,. 103 Center Street. Wilder 41071. 431-7034 
BAUMGARDNER. James D,. 3604 Laredo, Lexington 40502. 273- 

3943. 254-9223 
BEACH. Frankie L, . Route 7. Box 45. Franklin 42134. 502/586-3431 . 

586-4451 
BEALL. Mel L.. 1281 Ak-Sar-Ben Park, Lexington 40502, 272-4734. 

269-5321 
BEARDEN. Fletcher L,. 162 Charter Oaks Drive. Louisville 40222. 

267-4761. 456-2530 
BEASLEY. Max E.. 118 Hillview Ave.. Somerset 42501, 679-3112 

678-8666 
BEAVERS, Daniel F , 514 South Harrison. Princeton 42445, 365- 

9886, 365-3531 
BEHYMER, Richard R.. Route 2. Box 57. Brooksville 41004. 735- 

3166. 735-2154 
BELL. Ronald K. 239 Tucker Station Road. Middletown 40243. 245- 

6036. 893-2577 
BEMISS. Eugene. Route 3. South Shores. Shelbyville 40065. 633- 

3295. 633-1625 
BENTON. Jeffrey L,. 33 Westwood Drive. Erianger 41018, 331- 

9451. 961-0075 
BENTON. Kevin. Route 1 , Box 253. Drakesboro 42337. 476-2910 
BERKHIMER. Lewis. Route 23N, Turner Branch. Paintsville 41240. 

297-4018. 739-4890 
BERTSCH. Ronald L.. 113 Moock Road. Southgate 41071. 581- 

5790. 721-4078 
BILITER, Kenneth. 2070 Garden Springs Drive, Apt. 107, Lexington 

40504. 254-2073 
BILLINGS. Darren, UPO 1838 



BILLINGSLEY, David L., Route 5, Russellville 42276. 726-2200. 

755-4823 
BINGMAN. Robert F. Route 6. Wesley Apts.B-2. Shelbyville 40065. 

633-5584. 456-4624 
BLACK. Billy R.. 927 North Wilson Ave., Morehead 40351. 783- 

1448. 784-5102 
BLAIR, Jeff. Box 224. Hindman 41822, 785-4664. 785-3133 
BOND. Terry L,. 11 Circle Drive, Crestview 41076, 441-0723, 

421-1400 Ext. 180 
BONZO, Jim R . 1106 Wurtland Ave., Wurtland 41144. 836-1985. 

329-7462 
BOTTLES. Donald W.. 1014 Pawnee Drive. Elizabethtown 42701, 

461-7596, 633-4230 
BOWMAN, James R,, Box 82. Booneville 41314, 593-5124. 593- 

5185 
BOYD, Thomas B,. 350 Jesselin Drive. Lexington 40503. 277-2058 
BRADLEY. Robert Q.. Jr.. 716 South 24th Street. Louisville 40211, 
BRADY. Ron. 7059 Manderlay. Florence 41041, 727-2260 
BRANSCUM, Alan W., 100 Bicknell Drive, Wilmore 40390. 858- 

4257 
BRANSCUM. John W., 100 Bicknell Drive. Wilmore 40390. 858- 

4257. 273-5000 
BREEDEN. Alan G., 402 Kenny Boulevard, Louisville 40214, 363- 

0459 
BREWER, Preston E,. 1 1 15 Catherine Street. Metropolis. IL 62960. 

524-7050. 524-4315 
BROADHEAD. Edwin K , Box 438. SBTS. 2825 Lexington Road, 

Louisville 40280, 897-4188 
BROOKS, Clayton L., 1071 Vine Steet. Paris 40361. 987-3439. 

987-1395 
BROWN. Barry D.. 330 Weil Lane. Nicholasville 40356. 885-6657 
BROWN. David. 330 Weil Lane. Nicholasville 40356. 885-6657 
BROWN. James W,. Route 2, West Paducah 42086. 488-3793 
BROWN, John W.. 975 Waverly, Lexington 40505, 254-1940, 255- 

0835 
BROWN, Leslie D , 138 Olde English Court, Louisville 40272. 935- 

0193. 624-7146/6732 
BROWN. Ronald D.. Country Club Estates, Greenup 41144, 473- 

6060. 836-6884 
BROWN. Tony. Route 1. Fountain Run 42133. 434-2461,434-2559 
BRUMFIELD, Lonnie M.. Route 1. Louisa 41230. 638-9429 
BRUMBACK. Steve. 103 Dan Drive, Versailles 40383. 873-8719, 

873-8161 
BUCHANAN, Tommie. Route 2. Sebree 42455. 884-7086 
BUNDY. Chris W . 525 Manchester Street. Barbourville 40906. 

546-8679 
BUNDY. Gerald, 525 Manchester Street. Barbourville 40906. 546- 

8679. 546-3404 
BURDETTE. Wally M.. 525 Auburndale Ave,. Louisville 40214. 366- 

5559 
BURGESS. Blair D. Jr. 453-B Eighth Ave.. Fort Knox 40121 . 624- 

7965. 624-1743 
BURGESS. Richard N . Box 452, Bardwell 42023 
BURKEEN, Phillip C. 659 Wakefield Ave.. Bowling Green 42101. 

842-4182 
BURNETT. Jesse L.. Route 2. Kerry Drive. West Paducah 40286. 

885-7411 
BUTCHER. David N.. Box 13. Meally 41234. 789-8104. 297-3738 
BUTCHER. Stephen D.. Box 14. Meally 41234. 789-7084.432-2733 
CAMBRON. John L,, 4 Congress Drive, Morganfield 42437, 

502/3087 
CAMIC, David, 356 Swope Drive, Danville 40422 
CANTER, Ralph, 305 Warwick Court, Versailles 40383. 873-8529. 

873-8161. 873-8057 
GARDEN. L Gene, 1706 Barley Way, Bowling Green 42101,781- 

0575 
CARL, Parker Loren, 125 Camden Ave., Versailles 40383. 873-5995, 

767-2249 
CARLTON. Robert W,, 506 South Railroad Street. Earlington 

42410, 383-3651, 767-2249 
CARR, David S, 602 Hacker Road. Somerset 42501 . 678-4050, 679- 

2249 
CASTLE. Barry D., Box 371. Owenton 40359. 484-2335. 484-3417 
CASTLE. Clarence C, Route 1 . Box 288-B, Louisa 41 230. 673-391 1 . 

686-2415 
CASTLE. James E.. Box 248, Inex 41224. 298-3963 
CAUDILL. Bryant J.. Route 5. Box 2. Pineville 40977, 337-5655 
CHAMBERLIN,Fred E, c/o Malo^ey■s.Route2,Kermit25674.298- 
4040. 393-4232 
CHAPIN. Lewis J.. 5843-B Brett Drive. Ft. Knox 40121, 942-7577. 

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CHEAK. Bryan T. , 1 04% Ann Drive, Lawrenceburg 40342, 454-351 8 
CHEEK, Alan, 2625 Wendell Ave., Louisville 40205. 454-3518 
CHILDRESS. Jeffrey L,, Route 2, Greenville 42345, 338-9993, 

338-1200 
CHRISTOFIELD. Andrew J., 428 Elm, Ludlow 41016, 581-4432, 

356-3146 
CLARK, James R., Route 1, Box 155, Wfiitesville 42378, 233-5742 
CLARK, Robert A., 7403 Yorktown Road, Louisville 40214, 361- 

9789 
CLARK, William S. Ill, 801 James Garrard Drive, Owensboro 42301 , 

926-1512,683-5756 
CLASON, Jay A., P.O. Box 307, Radcliff 40160, 351-7931, 351- 

6866 
CLAUNCH, Robert L., 218 Cotter Ave., Somerset 42501 
CLAY, Scott L., 106 Love Street, Glasgow 42141, 651-5676, 748- 

4759 
CLAYCOI^B, Joseph D,. Route 1, Box 160, Vine Grove 401 75, 828- 

2305, 624-4740 
CLAYWELL, Justin. Box 83, Breeding 42715, 378-6673 
COLEMAN. Clarence R., 1308 Herr Lane, Louisville 40222, 426- 

5288, 368-2536 
COLLINS. Dermot J., 1700 Windsor Place, Louisville 40204, 451- 

8482, 588-6351 
COfvlBS. Jofin E., Route 5, Box 549, Berea 40403, 986-4930, 623- 

5410 
COMPARONI, Peter R.,Route3,Box482,Middlesboro40965, 248- 

3444. 248-6644 
CONLEY, Paul D., Route 3, Box 283, Ashland 41101, 928-8628, 

739-8621 
COOMER, Ralph D., General Delivery, St. Helens 41 368, 464-3902, 

464-2416 
COOPER, Frederick, 481 1 Lunenburg Drive. Louisville 40223, 241 - 

5186, 245-2893 
COOPER, Kent J., 1062 Countryside Terrace. Louisville 40223, 

465-8158 
COOPER, Willie v., 2550 Laclede, Paducah 42001, 443-3107 
COPE, Nathan, Route 2, Booneville 41314, 593-6148, 593-5185 
CORNETT, C W., Route 32, Tr. #40-A, Morehead 40351 , 784-8002, 

784-4320 
CORNETT, Lewis D,, Star Route 2, Box 153, Hindman 41822, 785- 

3729, 436-2668 
CORTOLiLLO, Nicholas, 6912 Timber Ridge Court, Louisville 

40059, 228-0255, 585-8224 
COX, Charlie, Washington Street, Campton 41301 , 668-6374, 668- 

3402 
COX, David, Oak Place 1, Apt, 421, Corbin 40701, 528-0197, 523- 

0272 
COX, James L, 2821 Girard Drive, Louisville 40213, 964-6076, 637- 

3598 
CRAFT, Robert E., Box 222-B, Ohio River Road, Greenup 41 144, 

932-4018, 932-3131 Ext. 263 
CRAGER, Bobby P., 1703 Mary Ellen Drive, Flatwoods41139, 836- 

6069, 836-8186 
CRICK, Dwaine, P.O. Box 373, Nortonville 42442, 676-8397 
CRIGGER, Leslie H., 520 Petersborough, Middlesboro 40965, 248- 

8806, 248-4979 
CRITTENDEN, Fred M,, 9028-C Estrada Ave.. Ft. Knox 40121 , 624- 

5909, 624-8440/1246 
CROOKS, Keith L., 109 Merriwood Parkway, Hopkinsville 42240, 

886-8751 
CULL, Robert E., Route 6, Owenton 40359, 484-3141, 484-3113 
CUNNINGHAM, Bobby R., P.O. Box 55, Pikeville41501 , 432-1528, 

437-6294 
CURNUTTE, Mike D., 122 Hillview, Greensburg 42743, 932-5047 
DALY, Terrence J., 5893-B Adams Street, Ft. Knox 40121, 942- 

2345, 624-6528 
DAME, Kerry W., Box 27, Beech Grove 42322, 273-5046, 273-3282 
DANIEL, Roger D,, P.O. Box 15, Paintsville 41240, 789-3372, 

886-231 1 
DANIELS, Donald R, Sr., Box 186, Wheelwright 41669, 452-4118 
DANNENBERG, Jeffrey C 527 Laketower Drive, Apt. 109, 

Lexington 40502, 269-6759, 269-3611 Ext. 281 
DAUGHERTY, Keith R., Route 2. Box 445, Morgantown 42261 , 526- 

4154, 748-4013 (WKU) 
DAVIS, Jay W., 407 Maple Ave., Princeton 42445, 885-4684 
DAVIS, Jimmie W , Route 1, Sacramento 42372, 736-2263 
DAVIS, Larry R., 3704 Longview Road, Louisville 40299, 491-4356, 

499-1441 
DAY, Douglas B., 240 Shreveport, Nicholasville 40356, 887-1801, 

255-7756 
DAY, Jack L., 605 Morehead Street, Central City 42330, 754-4700, 

754-2272 
DEATON, W. Gary, General Delivery, Ricetown 41364, 593-6531, 

593-5185 



DEAVER, Milford E., 709 Charlene Drive, Vine Grove 40175, 877- 

5637. 624-8530 
DECKER, Gerald G , Route 1 , Box 380X, Elizabethtown 42701 , 737- 

8083, 765-4606 
DEMAREE, Lonny A,, 972 DePorres Ave., Lexington 40505, 252- 

4167, 232-4143 
DEVINE, William G., 4314 Kinloch Road, Louisville 40207, 896- 

8350, 896-2526 
DEVITO, Dirk R., Cumberland College, Box 490, Williamsburg 

40769, 549-9110 
DIGIACOMO, David, 313 Union Street, Bellevue, 41073, 491-6553, 

261-3710 
DITMORE, Buddy G., 540 Beech Street, Versailles 40383, 873- 

7684 
DITTO, Fred K., 1038 Wooddale Road, Brandeburg 40108, 422- 

4306, 422-2101 Ext. 5412 
DIVINE, Wayne L., 626 Walnut. Central City 42330, 754-2783, 

754-4474 
DORAN, James, Route 2, Box 265, Flemingsburg 41041 , 845-0481 , 

845-2551 
DORRIS, James A , 30 West Lake Street, Madisonville 42431, 821- 

5702 
DOSSETT, Mac L,, Route 4, Whippoorwill, Box 205, Marion 42064, 

965-2804, 965-3866 
DOTSON, Scott J., 3736 Mamaroneck Road, Louisville 40218, 451- 

4629 
DOYLE, Brent, Route 2, Armstrong Lane, Mt. Washington 40047, 

538-4732 
DRAKE, John E . 1 204 West Main. Richmond 40475, 623-6430, 863- 

1223 
DRIVER, Bob D., Route 9, Box 174A, Glasgow 42141, 651-6477, 

651-2256 
DUERSON. William R . Route 2, Paint Lick 40461, 925-4072, 925- 

4071 
DURBIN, Steve, 331 Bruce Ave., Route 12, 244A, Paducah 42001, 

554-5617, 554-8876 
DWYER, Robert H., 1417 Falcon Drive, Louisville 4021 3, 637-7909, 

778-5321 
DWYER, James E , Jr., 5612 Ailanthus Trail, Louisville 40219, 637- 

7909, 778-5321 
FADES, Harold S , P.O. Box 505. Monticello 42633, 348-4175 
EAST, William L., 402 Linda Drive, Hopkinsville 42240, 886-2146, 

886-5259 
EDDLEMAN, Sterling T.,1 2600 Taylorsville Road, Louisville 40299, 

267-5641, 368-5831 
EDMONDSON, Wesley T., Route 1, Box 232, Glencoe 41046, 257- 

1148 
EDWARDS, David, Route 2, Box 94, Booneville 41314, 666-9297 
EDWARDS, Mark, Route 3. 338 Lausman Ave , Danville 
EDWARDS, Shawn, 303 North 3rd Street, Central City 42330 
ELBERT, James F., 3738 Oak Dale Ave., Louisville 40214, 368- 

7161, 245-4121 
ELDER, Tim J., 1712 Eraser Drive, Louisville 40205, 459-5068 
ELKIN, Mike, 1429 Ariington Drive, Richmond 40475, 623-6434, 

623-4959 
ELLIOTT, Billy A., 3125 North Brookhaven, Somerset 42501, 679- 

2921 , 679-7432 
ELLIS, Bryon K, 337 Mam Street, Russell Springs 42642, 866-5616 
EMBRY, Michael B., General Delivery, Morgantown 42261, 526- 

6034 
EMBRY, Pendleton, Route 2, Morgantown 42261, 526-4210, 782- 

3230 
ENGLE, Vincent K., P.O. Box 634, Mt. Sterling 40353, 498-4259 
ERWIN, Mark, P O. Box 393, Irvine 40336, 723-4076 
ESTES, Walter R., 5736 Graham Lane, Owensboro 42301, 281- 

5609, 729-4052 
EVANS, Donald, General Delivery, Morgantown 42261, 526-4310 
EVANS, Lewis, Route 2, Morgantown 42261, 526-4310, 526-3361 
EVANS, Ronnie B., 521 Short White Oak Road, Russell 41169, 

836-1709, 325-8456 
FAULKNER, James D., P.O. Box 117, Stanton 40380, 663-5177 
FERRELL, Gene L., 2200 Surrey Drive, West, Owensboro 42301, 

684-0912, 764-1041 
FIELDS, Ronald M., Box 58, Fulton 42041, 479-3405, 479-3100 
FINCH, Steven a , 12220 Hillside Lane, Louisville 40229, 955- 

7391, 239-5178 
FLANNIGAN, Tom N., Route 2, Vanceburg 41179, 757-3043 
FLAUGHER, Allen B., Route 1, Brooksville 41004, 735-2419, 625- 

2298 
FLAUGHER, Jeffrey L., Route 2, Box 282, Grayson 41143, 474- 

4253, 474-6671 
FLICKINGER, Robert E., Route 4, Box 221, Glasgow 42141, 428- 

2175 
FLIEHMAN, John R.. Chloe Road, Pikeville 41501, 432-8319, 

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FONLKS, Michael D., 16 Brandywine Court, Highland Heights 

41076, 781-4862 
FORD, John W., Med. Co., USAMEDDAC, Fort Knox 40121, 624- 

1614, 624-9495 
FORRESTER, Nicky L., 1002 West Second, Fulton 42041 , 472-3332 
FOUTCH, Enoch Jr., 810 College Road, Cumberland 40823, 848- 

2587, 573-5000 
FOX, Croley, Route 3, Box 219, Williamsburg 40769, 549-0369 
FOX, Mike, 3821 Gladman Way, Lexington 40503, 223-2536 
FRALEY, Charlie L , CO B 1/17(M) Inf , APO SF, CA 96224 
FRANKEL, Louis S , 3723 Stanton Boulevard, Louisville 40220, 

452-6519 
FRAZIER, Earsel L , Box 378, Allen 41601, 874-2905, 886-8166 
FROEDGE, Mark W., Kimberly Drive, Somerset 42501, 874-2905, 

886-8166 
FROEDGE, Mark W,, Kimberly Drive, Somerset 42501, 432-2592 
FRYMIRE, LH , 101 Spring Street, P.O Box 33, Irvington 40146, 

547-2553, 547-3951 
FUCHS, Charles D., 704 Fifth Ave , Dayton 41074, 581-6080 
FULKERSON, Tom, Route 2. Philpol 42366, 233-5085 
GABBARD, William W., Box 302, Booneville 41314, 593-6578, 593- 

5185 
GABRIEL, Charles R., 4316 Wingate Road, Louisville 40207, 895- 

1903 
G ADDIS, Scott G , Route 1 , Box 228, Owensboro 42301 , 281-5275 
GARDNER. Bobby, Box 404, Harrodsburg 40330, 734-2400, 734- 

5423 
GAYHEART, Damon D., Box 361 , Allen 41601 , 874-2606, 886-2338 
GENT, Herman T , Route 1, B-359, Middlesboro 40965, 248-5902, 

248-3300 
GIACONE, Scott, Route 1, Box 51, Paint Lick 40461, 986-8298 
GIBSON, B. David, 1014 Walnut Street, Greenup 41 144, 473-4381 
GIBSON, Gary F , 4006 Peachtree, Louisville 40215 
GILLASPIE, Bob, 401 North Main Street, Dixon 42409, 635-5522, 

639-5092 
GILLENWATER, Henry, Route 1, Box 209C, (ronton, OH 45638, 

532-4989 
GILMORE, Donald, 915 East 18th Street, Hopkinsville 42240, 886- 

6273, 338-5460 Ext. 69 
GLISKER, Barry A., 1514 Corom Drive, Madisonville 42431, 821- 

8169, 821-5141 
COINS, Stephen B , 118 Shady Lane, Lexington 40503, 278-3968, 

268-1681 
GOSMAN, Carroll E,, Route 1, Box 263, Bedford 40006, 255-3301 
GOSNEY, Donna J., 2147 Memorial Parkway, Ft. Thomas 41075, 

781-2753, 572-5379 
GRANT, William C , 346 Goote Ave., Bellevue 41073, 292-0461, 

559-1900 
GRAY, Barry L , Richmond E. Apts., Apt G-59, 633 Big Hill Ave 

Richmond 40475, 624-0244 
HARDY, Barry, 9045D Estrada, Fort Knox, 40121, 942-2690 
HARKLEROAD, Thomas S., Route 4, Arrowhead Drive, Berea 

40403, 986-3025, 623-4750 
HARLAN, Bobby Ray, Route 1, Mt. Hermon 42157, 427-3922, 651- 

7045 
HARMON, Barry, 3937 Decoursey Pike, Covington 41015, 261- 

9015, 421-5511 
HARRIS, Terry W, Corbin Mobile Home Park, Lot 113, Corbin 

40701, 528-8818, 528-4916 
HARRIS, Tony M, Route 2, Box 1 75, Flat Gap 41219, 265-3237, 297- 

6666 
HATCHER, Vaughn, Box 526, C C. Station, Williamsburg 40769, 

549-5872, 549-4655 
HATFIELD, Charles A , 5403 Adkins Road. Louisville 40219, 969- 

8669, 583-1683 
HATFIELD, Robert M , P.O. Box 365, Louisa 41230, 638-4180, 638- 

9644 
HATTON, Mike, Route 2, Carlisle 40311, 289-5893 
HAYDEN, Tony, 1021 Husbands Road, Paducah 42001, 443- 

3425/443-7179,443-1741 
HAYES, Bob, P.O Box 362, Greenup 41144, 473-7859, 473-9812 
HAYNES, Stephen, 1532 Parkhurst Drive, Bowling Green 42101, 

781-9039 
HEABERLIN, Robert L , Route 2. P O Box 42, Pedro, OH 45659, 

614/532-8529, 836-9681 Ext. 220 
HEABERLIN, William S.. Jr., Route 6, Box 275, Ashland 41101, 

329-1584, 739-4166 Ext. 8441 
HENDERSON, Charles A., 1 14 Windsor Drive, Hopkinsville 42240, 

886-2404, 886-4444 
HENRY, Tony A . Route 9, Box 226D, Bowling Green 42101 , 843- 

8786, 842-6134 
HENSLEY, Larry G., Box 184, Stone 41567, 353-9819, 353-7241 
HENSON, Don R , Route 1 , Smithland 42081 , 928-2047, 988-3263 
HENSON, Tunis L., 124 Lyttleton Road, Manchester 40962, 598- 
3643, 598-6232 



HERDMAN, Bruce P., Box 7059, West Liberty, 41472, 743-4674. 

743-3705 
HERP, James R., 9815 Timberwood Circle, Louisville 40223, 244- 

0433, 361-9246 
HERP. Ken Jr., 2613 Merhoff, Louisville 40217, 634-8931. 581- 

5143 
HERRICK, Calvin P., 200 South Arnold Ave., Prestonsburg 41653. 

886-3494, 886-231 1 
HIGGINS, James P., 1125 LaVista Way, Louisville 40219, 969- 

5267, 456-1291 
HILL, Charles R, 249 Samson Lane. Barbourville 40906. 546-4478, 

546-4147 
HILL, Christopher D., 653 Linda Ave., Danville 40422, 236-4140 
HILPP, Louis E., 4802 Mt. Everest Drive, Louisville 40216, 448- 

2435, 933-2690 
HILTON, Billy A., 110 Ball Ave., Springfield 40069, 336-7594, 

336-3403, 336-7739 
HILTON, Charles R., Jr., 627 Westview Drive, Ashland 41101 , 324- 

9439, 329-1777 
HOHMAN, Gary P., 824 North 19th, Murray 42071, 753-7430, 753- 

7640 
HOLLAND, Bobby L., Box 35, Symsonia 42082, 851 -4427, 753-5479 
HOLLAND, James F., 234 Short, Lynch 40855. 848-2634 
HOLLAND, Jerry W,9112-B Estrada Ave , Fort Knox 40121, 624- 

4756, 624-5052 
HOLT, Larry K., Route 1 , Box 132A, Alvaton 42122, 843-3587, 781- 

4585 
HOPPER, Tony B., 317 Stockton Drive, Owensboro 42301, 683- 

0669 
HOPSON, James E , Route 1. Box 91 8M, Pikeville41 501, 531-1933, 

432-1461 
HOSKINS, Asher L., 1610 7th Street Road, Corbin 40701 , 523-1728 
HOSKINS, Charles H. Ill, 1208 Devonshire, Madisonville 42431, 

825-0623, 821-8503 
HOUCHENS, Joe D., Route 9, Box 155, Glasgow 421 41, 678-231 7. 

651-8341 
HOUCHIN, Donald N., Box 206, Brownsville 42210, 597-3954, 597- 

3713 
HOVEY, Jose A., Sr., P.O. Box 434, Morganfield 42437, 389-3844, 

389-2419 Ext. 278 
HUCKER, Benjamin, 202 Locust Street, Erlanger 41018, 342-7198, 

283-1003 
HUDSON, Burley R., Star Route 5, Quicksand 41363, 666-2715, 

666-7521 
HUDSON, Mark D, 215 Southern Drive, Williamstown 41097, 824- 

5587, 732-4240 
HUDSON, Walter J., Route 9, Box 38E, Paducah 42001, 898-6592 
HUGHES, RoyS, Route6, Box 1204, Hopkinsville42240, 886-3563, 

885-7414 



Annual Report 

(continued from page six) 

Kentucky. Lexington; girls' golf at Elizabethtown Country 
Club, Elizabethtown; boys' golf at Lindsey Golf Course, 
Fort Knox; tennis at the University of Kentucky. Lexington. 

The number of officials who registerecJ with the Officials' 
Division of the Association for 1981-82 and the number of 
approved and certified officials in each sport are as 
follows: Football - 741 registered. 176 approved. 365 
certified; Volleyball - 38 registered. 6 approved (only 
second year registration of officials); Wrestling - 69 
registered. 8 approved, 9 certified; Basketball - 1,527 
registered. 334 approved, 500 certified; Baseball - 659 
registered, 146 approved. 109 certified; Track - 13 
registered, 2 approved (only second year registration of 
officials); Soccer - 79 registered, 20 approved. (Part II test 
not available last year). Executive Billy V. Wise conducted 
twelve clinics in football and sixteen in basketball for 
officials and coaches. Assistant Commissioner Louis 
Stout conducted twelve baseball clinics for officials and 
coaches throughout the state. 

The Board of Control, the Assistant Commissioners and 
I are grateful for the cooperation the superintendents, 
principals, athletic directors and coaches have given us in 
running the program for the Association. 



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(Left to RIgtit) Front row: S. Vanover, J. Rose, R. Hatcher, N. Bowling, J. Maxey, (on floor 
Mgr. C. Brougtiton), C. Fischer, R. Jackson, T. Bearup, Mgr. J. Goldsberry. Back Row: Asst. 
Coach L. Bruner, C. Andrews, R. Allen, J. Karr, R. Bowling, D. Hale, W. Thomas, T. Bruner, P. 
Andrews, Head Coach C. Broughton. Cheerleaders: T. Brockman, S. Blankenship, K. Binder, K. 
Bowling, S. Jones, C. Smith, V. TIncher. 



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KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

MAY, 1982 



NORTH HARDIN HIGH SCHOOL — RUNNER-UP 
1982 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 




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1982 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT — SEMI-FINALIST 




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The Kentucky High School Athlete 

Official Organ of the 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association 



VOL. XLIV— NO. 10 



May, 1982 



$2.00 Per Year 



Newly Elected Board Members 





Ray Story 



Patrick Crawford 



Louisville Ballard High School Principal Pat Crawford, 
and North Hardin High School Principal Ray Story were 
recently elected to serve four-year terms as members of 
the Kentucky High School Athletic Association Board of 
Control. 

The highly personable Crawford, a newcomer to the 
Board, succeeds Oldham County Principal, and past 
K.H.S.A.A. president, J.D. Minnehan, in representing 
Regions 7 and 8. 

Crawford, though, is no newcomer to sports. "I've 
always been active in high school athletics in Kentucky," 
states Crawford, "and I've had an interest in becoming a 
member of the Board of Control." 

His zeal for high school athletics dates back to his high 
school days in Glouster, Ohio, where he participated on 
both football and baseball teams at Glouster High School. 
Upon graduation, he accepted a football scholarship to 
enroll at Eastern Kentucky University, where he performed 
under the tutelage of Tom Samuels. He received his B.S. 
Degree from Eastern in Health and Physical Education. 

Crawford's next educational step was enrollment at 
the University of Louisville, where he acquired a double 
Master's Degree in Counseling and Administration. 
Crawford completed his education by earning his Rank I 
Degree at Eastern and U. of L. 

After returning from a three year stint in the Army in 
1958, Crawford accepted a teaching and coaching 
position at Louisville Waggener High School. His 
coaching responsibilities included head swimming coach 
and assistant football coach. 

From Waggener, Crawford moved to Westport High 
School in 1961, to accept a counseling position. He served 
as a Westport High School assistant principal from 1962- 
1966, at which time he accepted the Robert Frost Middle 
School principalship. 

Crawford, who began his current tenure in 1968. and 
his wife, the former Suzanne Doyle, have one daughter, 
Jennifer, age 17, a Ballard High School senior who will 
attend the University of Louisville in the fall 

Ray Story is set for his second term as a Board of 
Control member. He follows Charles Miller, principal of 
Louisville Pleasure Ridge Park High School, to the 
position of representation for Regions 5 and 6. 

Story has strong feelings concerning the K.H.S.A.A. 

"The K.H.S.A.A. has to continue the excellent job of 



promoting amateur athletics in the State," offered Story. 

Of his previous years as a member of the Board, he 
adds, "I have found it to be a first class organization and 
hope to help it continue in that manner." 

Never fear, Story brings just that, caiss, to the 
Association. 

A graduate of Memorial High School, in Lincoln 
County, Story was a member of the school's basketball 
and baseball teams. From Memorial High School, he chose 
Campbellsville College, where he obtained his B.S. 
Degree in English. Story continued his education at 
Western Kentucky University, receiving his Master's and 
Rank I Degrees. 

His career began as a sixth grade teacher in Vine 
Grove. In 1963, he was hired at North Hardin High School 
as an English teacher, and became that school's assistant 
principal in 1965. Since 1967, he has served in the capacity 
of principal. 

Story, whose first term on the Board spanned the 
years 1974-1978, has "always enjoyed being around 
sports, and the Board of Control gave me this involvement 
at the highest level." 

Story, and his wife, the former Sue Cecil, of 
Stephensburg, Kentucky, have two sons. Mark, a 17 year 
old senior at North Hardin is bound for Centre College, 
and Tim is a 13 year old eighth grader, 
-by Randy Mills 

NOTICE 
K.H.S.A.A. REGISTERED OFFICIALS 

Officials in all sports are being asked to renew their 
registration with the K.H.S.A.A. on or before June 30, 1 982. 
Registration forms are presently being forwarded to all 
registered officials for this purpose. 

Those officials meeting the June 30 deadline will be 
listed In the 1982-83 K.H.S.A.A. Officials Handbook and 
Directory. Early registration will also enable each official 
to receive an Identification Card, rules and play situation 
books for each sport in which the official Is registered and 
other necessary forms and supplies at an earlier date. 

The K.H.S.A.A. will be sponsoring girls' slow-pitch 
Softball during the 1982-83 school year and will t>e 
registering officials in that sport for the first time. 

if you have not received your registration form by 
June 1, 1982, please contact the K.H.S.A.A. 



Minutes of the Board Meeting 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the K.H.S.A.A. Office on 
Thursday, April 15, 1982. The meeting was called to order 
at 9:00 A.M. by President J. D. Minnhan with Board 
members Charles Black, John Brock, Whaylon Coleman, 
Robie Harper, Alvis Johnson, Eldon Davidson, Robert 
Rogers, Fairce Woods; Commissioner Tom Mills, 
Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise, Assistant 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1982 



MAY, 1982 VOL. XLIV— NO. 10 

Published monthly, except June and July, by the Kentucky 
High School Athletic Association, Office of Publication, 
560 E. Cooper Dr., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Ky. 40522. 
Second class postage paid at Lexington, Kentucky. 
Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided 
for in Section 1103. Act of October 3, 1917, authorized 
l^ay 3, 1926. Publication No. 293080. 
Please send notice of undelivered copies on form 3579 to : 
K.H.S A.A., P.O. Box 22280, Lexington, Kentucky 40522. 

Editor TOM MILLS 

Assistant Editor JEAN BATSEL 

Assistant Editor BRIGID L. DeVRIES 

Assistant Editor LOUIS STOUT 

Assistant Editor BILLY V. WISE 

Lexington, Kentucky 

BOARD OF CONTROL 

President J D. Mmnehan (1978-1982) LaGrange 

Vice-President Fairce O, Woods (1979-1983) Flemmgsburg 

Directors Charles D Blacl< (1980-1984) 

Barbourville; .JoHn Brocl< 11980-1984) Morehead, Whaylon 
Coleman ( ItJaO '9841 Owensboro Eldon Davidson (1981-1985) 
Monticello, Robie Harpff Ir (1979-1983) Drakesboro. Alvis 
Johnson (1980-1984) H,i. . Isbiirg. Charles Miller (1981-1982) 
Pleasure Ridge Park Rcbert L Rogers ( 1981-1985) Baric w Conlev 
Manning. State Department ot Education representative 
Subscription Rate $2.00 per year 

From the Commissioner's Office 



Commissioners Brigid DeVnes and Louis Stout. Conley 
Manning was present representing the State Department 
of Education The invocation w/as given by Alvis Johnson. 

Fairce Woods moved, seconded by Charles Black, 
that the minutes of the March meeting be approved. The 
motion carried unanimousl- 

President Minnahan introduced Jim Alexander and 
John Alexander of the Lexington Convention Bureau. Jim 
Alexander presented to each of the Board members a 
prepared report from their Bureau concerning the success 
of the 1 982 Boys' High School Basketball Tournament with 
suggested improvements for the 1983 tournament. 

Mr Minnehan introduced Supt. David Cover 
representing four students from Hopkins County Schools 
and Prin. Robert Gillaspieof Webster County High School 
requesting that By-Law 32 be waived as their students had 
participated in the Tri-State Independent Basketball 
Tournament (Indiana) after their basketball season had 
ended. After a lengthy discussion by the Board members 
Charles Black moved, seconded by Bob Rogers, that the 
provision of By-Law 32 be upheld but that the penalty be 
waived for all students who participated in the basketball 
tournament as of April 19, 1982, with instructions for the 
Commissioner to issue an official reprimand to the school 
administrators informing them of their responsibility to 
their athletes in making the provisions of the Constitution 
and By-Laws of the K.H.S. A. A. available to the students 
and their parents. The motion carried by a vote of 7 in favor 
with Fairce Woods and Whaylon Coleman voting no. 

Billy Wise gave a financial and attendance report to 
the Board on the girls' and boys' basketball tournaments. 
The approximate receipts and disbursements for the girls' 
tournament was $99,586.00 and $55,032.86 respectively, 
with attendance of 27,235. The boys' tournament receipts 



were $592,683.68, disbursements were approximately 
$182,229.59 with attendance of 129,467. 

Mr. Mills recommended, that based upon the increase 
in gate recipts from the basketball tournaments, the 
Board grant to the participating schools an additional 
$200.00 for each game they played in the tournament. 
Robie Harper moved, seconded by Whaylon Coleman, that 
the recommendation be approved. The motion carried 
unanimously. 

After a discussion on the site for the 1984 boys and 
girls basketball tournaments. Bob Rogers moved, 
seconded by Whaylon Coleman, that the decision on 
selecting the site of the 1984 tournaments be delayed until 
the July board Meeting and that the Commissioner invite 
the Directors of both the Lexington Center and the 
Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center to submit proposals 
for hosting the Boys' State Basketball Tournament, and 
that Eastern Kentucky University, Western Kentucky 
University and the University of Kentucky be offered an 
opportunity to submit proposals to host the 1984 Girls' 
Basketball Tournament. The motion passed unanimously. 

The Board of Control discussed the placing of 
limitation of seasons on the various sports sponsored by 
the K H.S A A Following the discussion on the changes as 
recommended by the All-Sports Committee the Board 
adopted a plan placing limitations on the following sports: 
baset^all basketball (boys and girls), cross country (boys 
and j'ris) football, gymnastics (boys and girls), soccer, 
softoai^. swimming (boys and girls), tennis (boys and 
girls; golf (boys and girls), track (boys and girls), 
volieyball. wrestling, (A copy of this plan may be found 
elsewhere in this issue of the "Athlete.") 

Fairce Woods made a motion that we accept the 
recommendation of the All-Sports Committee pertaining 
to Soccer as written and further accept that it be played in 
the Pall beginnning with the 1983-84 school year. The 
motion was seconded by Eldon Davidson and passed by a 
vote of 8-1 

Following a discussion on the need for a minimum 
number of teams to participate in a K.H.S. A. A. sponsored 
event, John Brock moved, seconded by Whaylon 
Coleman, that beginning with the 1984-85 school year 1 5% 
of the member schools must be represented in a sport for 
the K.H.S. A. A. to continue to sponsor a playoff in that 
sport. The motion carried unanimously. 

Following a discussion on the distribution of 
tournament receipts in basketball, Charles Black moved 
that Article 6-2 under Rules and Regulations Governing 
Basketball be changed to read as follows: "A minimum of 
50<t and a maximum of $1.00 per mile per team for each 
necessary trip shall be allowed for travel expense to and 
from the tournament." The motion was seconded by 
Whaylon Coleman and it passed unanimously. 

Following a lengthy discussion on the need for an 
additional automobile for the use of the Association, 
Whaylon Coleman moved, seconded by John Brock, that 
the Commissioner be authorized to purchase one 
automobile in the price range of $10,000.00 for Association 
use. The motion carried by a vote of 6-3. 

Commissioner Mills advised the Board members of 
the meeting at the Pine Mountain State Park beginning at 
9:30 A.M. on Saturday, April 24, 1982. 

Whaylon Coleman moved, seconded by John Brock, 
that all bills of the Association for the period beginning 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1982 



PAGE THREE 



March 1 , 1 982, and ending March 30, 1 982, be allowed. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

There being no further business Eldon Davidson 
moved, seconded by Charles Black, that the meeting be 
adjourned. The motion carried unanimously. 



Basketball Tournament be changed to March 14-17. The 
motion carried unanimously. 

The next meeting of the Board was scheduled for July 
23, 1982, at Barkley Lodge. 

There being no further business, the meeting 
adjourned 



Minutes of the Board Meeting 



The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association met at the Pine Mountain State Resort 
Park, Pineville, on Saturday, April 24, 1982. The meeting 
was called to order at 9:30 A.M. by President J. D. 
Minnehan with Board members Charles Black, John 
Brock, Eldon Davidson, Robie Harper, Robert Rogers, 
Fairce Woods; Commissioner Tom Mills, Executive 
Assistant Billy V. Wise and Assistant Commissioners 
Brigid DeVries and Louis Stout present. Conley Manning 
was present representing the State Department of 
Education. The invocation was given by Robie Harper. 

President Minnehan introduced Prin. Patrick 
Crawford, Ballard High School, Louisville, and Prin. Ray 
Story, North Hardin High School, Radcliff, who will be new 
members of the Board of Control in July; Randy Mills who 
will be writing featured articles for the Kentucky High 
School Athlete and Jim Huge who will be guest speaker. 

Commissioner Mills read correspondence from Prin. 
Jim Pursifull of Bell County High School concerning the 
eligibility status of Lonnie Lee who was ruled ineligible 
under By-Law 6, Transfer Rule. Ass't Supt. Pearl Ray 
Lefervers spoke to the Board on behalf of Lonnie, 
requesting that the Board waive the By-Law involved. After 
a lengthy discussion Bob Rogers moved, seconded by 
Robie Harper, that By-Law 6 be upheld. The motion 
passed unanimously. John Brock moved, seconded by 
Charles Black, that the Commissioner investigate the case 
further and that he be authorized to waive the rule if his 
findings justify a waiver. The motion passed unanimously. 

Bob Rogers spoke to the Board on what he considers 
the duties of a Board member. Mr. Rogers emphasizes 
communication as being the most important function in 
representing the people in his regions. Executive Assistant 
Billy Wise, Assistant Commissioners Brigid DeVries and 
Louis Stout reported to the Board on their duties and 
functions as executives on the staff of the K.H.S.A.A. 

J. D. Minnehan and Fairce Woods were named 
Delegate and Alternate respectively to the forthcoming 
Annual Meeting of the National Federation. 

The meeting adjourned at 11:30 to reconvene at 12:30. 

President Minnehan called the meeting to order and 
introduced Mr. Jim Huge, National Consultant. The topic 
of Mr. Huge's talk was on Self Fulfilling Prophecy. His talk 
consisted of seven basic thoughts on motivation, 
leadership and goal setting which were: 1) Laugh a lot, 2) 
Goal oriented, 3) Good listeners, 4) Confident but humble, 
5) Caring about other people, 6) Good time managers, 7) 
Wide range of interest. 

Mr. Mills asked the Board for permission to change the 
dates of the 1984 Boys' State High School Basketball 
Tournament to March 1 4-1 7 as there was a conflict with the 
dates of the NCAA. Bob Rogers moved, seconded by 
Charles Black, that the dates of the 1984 Boys state 



Minutes of Annuai Meeting 

The Sixty-sixth Annual Meeting of the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association was held at the office of the 
K.H.S.A.A., Lexington, On Friday morning, April 16, 1982. 
The invocation was given by Alvis Johnson. 

President J. D. Minnehan called the meeting to order 
at 1 1 :00 A.M. and asked Executive Assistant Billy V. Wise to 
call the roll. Fifty elected delgates or alternates answered 
the roll call. 

Commissioner Tom mills then presented a report on 
the activities of the Association during the 1981 -82 school 
year. Jim Pursiful moved, seconded by Byron Bell, that the 
report be accepted. The motion carried unanimously. (The 
Commissioner's report is printed elsewhere in this issue of 
the "Athlete"). 

President Minnehan stated that presentation of 
proposals was the next order of business. Jim Pursifull 
moved, seconded by John Reschar, that Proposal I be 
tabled. The motion passed by a majority vote. 

Prin. Teddy White, Grayson County High School, 
proposed that By-Law 4, Age, be changed to read as 
follows: "A contestant becomes ineligible on his/her 
nineteenth birthday with the following exception: If the 
age of nineteen is attained after the sport season has 
started, he/she remains eligible for the remainder of the 
season in that sport. For the application of this rule, the fall 
sports season shall begin on August 1, the winter sports 
season on November 1, and the spring sports season on 
January 1." 

Jim Pursifull moved, seconded by James Davis, that 
Proposal II be adopted as amended. The motion passed 
unanimously. 

The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association proposed that By-Law 6 (1), Transfer 
Rule, be changed to read as follows: "If there has been a 
simultaneous change in the residence of the parents into 
the school district where the school the student now 
attends is located, except that the student may delay 
joining his/her parents until the end of the semester in 
which the change of residence occurred or the end of the 
current sports season if the student is a participant." 

NOTE: Proposal II was amended to read as follows: 
The Board of Control of the Kentucky High School Athletic 
Association proposes that the following be added to By- 
Law 6, Transfer Rule, as provision number 4: "If there has 
been a change in the residence of the parents the student 
may delay joining his/her parents until the end of the 
semester in which the change of residence occurred or the 
end of the current sports season if the student is a 
participant." 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned by President Minnehan. 



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Game Guy Award 




Butch Tolbert 

THe Game Guy Trophy is annually awarded to a high 
school athlete in the State of Kentucky who has overcome 
a physical handicap and participated in high school 
athletics. Butch Tolbert was the unanimous choice of the 
K.H.S.A.A. for the 1982 award. 

Butch is a junior at Campbell County High School. He 
is a member of the wrestling team coached by Rich Mason 
at the reserve and varsity level. 

Butch participates despite his handicap of having 
Cerebral Palsy. Mr. Joe Kordenbrock, in his letter of 
recommendation, feels that Butch is truly a game guy 
considering the demanding physical condition required in 
wrestling. 



1982 MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARDS 





Maria Poschlnger 



Todd May 



The Most Valuable Player Award is presented 
annually by the Lexington Herald. The recipient is 
determined by a vote of the coaches of the sixteen 
participating schools and a panel of sports reporters. 

The Most Valuable Player Award for the 1982 Boys' 



State Basketball Tournament was presented to Todd May, 
Virgie High School. 

The Most Valuable Player Award for the 1982 Girls' 
State Basketball Touranment was presented to Maria 
Poschlnger, Mercy Academy. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1982 



PAGE FIVE 



TED SANFORD AWARD 



J. B. MANSFIELD AWARD 




Kelly MIddleton 

To foster the ideals exemplified by Ted Sanford, 
former Commissioner of tfie Kentucky High School 
Athletic Association, the Courier-Journal and Times 
inaugurated the Ted Sanford Award to be given annually 
to a player in the K.H.S.A.A. Boys' State Basketball 
Tournament who excels in four areas: basketball ability, 
academic accomplishments, sportsmanship, and 
citizenship. This year a committee composed of school 
personnel from throughout the state selected Kelly 
Middleton of l^ason County High School, Maysville, 
Kentucky. 




Lisa Jarrett 

The J. B. Manfield Award for girls was won by Lisa 
Jarrett of Marshall County High School, Benton, 
Kentucky. The annual award inaugurated by the Courier- 
Journal and Times is presented to the player in the 
K.H.S.A.A. Girls' State Basketball Tournament who excels 
in four areas: basketball ability, academic 
accomplishments, sportsmanship, and citzenship. The 
selection was made by a committee of school personnel 
from throughout the state. 



LIMITATIONS OF SEASONS 



The Board of Control adopted on April 17, 1982, the 
following plan for placing limitations of seasons on the 
various sports being sponsored by the Kentucky High 
School Athletic Association. To allow for the necessary 
change in athletic contracts between member schools, 
this plan does not become effective until the beginning of 
the 1983-84 school year. The State Board of Education 
unanimously approved this plan on (^ay 11, 1982. 

BASEBALL 

1. Following the opening day of school there shall be no 
organized baseball practice prior to March 1. 

2. The first game shall not take place before April 1. 

3. Amaximumof thirty-five (35) games may be played prior 
to K.H.S.A.A touranment play. 

4. Doubleheaders shall be counted as two (2) games. 

5. There shall be no more than two (2) scrimmages or 
practice games prior to April 1. Scrimmages and/or 
practice games shall count toward 35 game limit. 

6. The season ends with the elimination of team from 
district, regional or state championship competition. 



BASKETBALL — Boys & Girls 



1. Following the opening day of school there shall be no 
basketball practice prior to November 1, for football 
playing schools and October 15 for non-football 
schools. 

2. The first regular season game shall not take place prior 
to December 1, for football playing schools and 
November 15 for non-football playing schools 
beginning with the 1983-84 school year. 



3. The number of varsity games shall be in accordance with 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association By-Law 21, 
Number of Basketball Games. 

By-Law 21 — The number of basketball games played 
by a member school after December 31 and prior to 
the district tournament shall not exceed twenty. A 
school maintaining a football team shall not play more 
than twenty-four basketball games during the season, 
and a school which does not maintain a football team 
shall not play more than thirty games. Any school 
which violates this rule shall not be eligible for district 
tournament competition. In any two county, 
conference, or invitational tournament the games 
played by a member school shall count as only one 
game for each tournament. 

4. No practice shall be permitted until the end of that 
academic school year following elimination from 
K.H.S.A.A. tournament play. 



CROSS COUNTRY — Boys & Girls 

1. Organized practice shall not begin prior to August 1. 

2. The first meet of the season shall not take place prior to 
September 1. 

3. The season ends with the elimination of an individual or 
team from regional, or state competition. 

4. Each team shall consist of a minimum of five (5) 
members participating regularly. 

5. The season shall consist of a minimum of four (4) meets 
and a maximum of fifteen (15) meets including 
invitational tournaments. 



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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1982 



FOOTBALL 

1 . Organized practice in pads shall not begin prior to July 
20. 

2. The first game shall not take place prior to eleven (11) 
weekends before the district playoffs. A maximum of 
eleven regular season games may be played. 

3. A school's football season ends at the conclusion of its 
last regular season game and/or its elimination from the 
championship playoff competition. There shall be no 
further practice during the remainder of the academic 
school year. 

4. There shall be no more than two (2) practice games at all 
levels prior to the opening game of the season with 
players other than members of the squad (see By-Law 
27, Section 4). 

SOCCER 

1. Organized practice shall not take place prior to August 
1. 

2. The first game shall not take place before September 1 

3. A season will consist of a minimum of six (6) games and 
a maximum of twenty (20) games including invitational 
tournaments. 

4. The season ends with team elimrnation from K H S.A.A 
sponsored state championship competition No practice 
shall be permitted until the end of that academic school 
year following elimination from KH. S.A.A. tournament 
play. 

5. There shall be no more than two (2) scrimmages or 
practice games prior to September 1. 

SOFTBALL — Girls - Slow Pitch 

1. Following the opening day of school there shall be no 
organized Softball practice prior to March 1. 

2. The first game shall not take place before April 1. 

3. A. maximum of thirty-five (35) games may be played. 
Doubleheaders shall count as two (2) games. 

4. The National Federation Softball rules shall be the 
official rules used in all contests. 

5. A regulation game shall consist of seven (7) innings or 
one (1 ) hour and fifteen (15) minutes, whichever occurs 
first. No new innings will be started if less than three 
(3) minutes remain in the hour and fifteen minutes. All 
ties shall be played to completion. 

6. The season ends with the elimination of the team form 
district, regional, or state championship competition. 

7. There shall be no more than two (2) practice games prior 
to April 1. Scrimmages or practices games shall count 
toward the thirty-five (35) game limit. 

TENNIS — Boys & Girl* 

1. Organized practice shall not begin prior to March 1. 

2. The first outdoor match shall not take place before April 
1. 

3. The season shall consist of a maximum of 20 matches. 
Any two invitational tournaments shall count as one (1 ) 
match each. All dual matches count as one. 

4. The season ends with the elimination of an individual or 
team from district, regional, or state championship 
competition. 

5. There shall be no more than two (2) practice games prior 
to April 1 . Scrimmages shall count toward the 20 match 
limit. 



TRACK — Boy* & Girls 

1 . Organized practice shall not begin prior to December 1 . 

2. The first outdoor meet shall not take place before April 1 . 

3. The outdoor season shall consist of a minimum of four 
(4) meets and a maximum of fifteen (15) meets. 

4 The season ends when an individual or team is 
eliminated from the regional or state competition. 

5 There shall be no more than two (2) practice meets prior 
to April 1. Scrimmages shall count toward the 15 meet 
limit. 



VOLLEYBALL 

1 The first match shall not take place prior to September 1 . 

2 The season shall consist of a maximum of fifteen (15) 
matches. In any two (2) invitational or conference 
tournaments, the matches played by a member school 
shall count as only one match for each tournament. 

3 The season ends upon elimination of team from the 
regional or state championship competition. No 
practice shall be permitted until the end of the academic 
school year following elimination from the K.H.S.A.A. 
sponsored tournament play. 

4 There shall be no more than two (2) practice games at 
the varsity level prior to September 1. 



WRESTLING 

1 Organized practice shall not begin prior to November 1 . 
2. The first match shall not take place prior to December 1 . 

3 Each school must compete in a minimum of four (4) 
scheduled matches in a season to be eligible for regional 
competition. 

4 A school may schedule a maximum of twenty-three (23) 
matches in each weight class. Tournaments or contests 
involving three (3) or more schools shall count as one (1 ) 
match toward the twenty-three (23) match limit. 

5. Official weight classes will be established by the 
K.H.S.A.A. and the N.F.S.H.S.A. 

6. Each team shall consist of a maximum of six (6) 
members. 

7. The season ends with the elimination of a team from 
championship competition. 

8. Certification - A student may be certified in December. 
After Januray 1 the first match wrestled will be the 
certification. Students may no be entered in a regional 
tournament unless their names appear on a certification 
sheet, not a scorebook. However, the student may be 
entered if he makes base weight at weigh-in time at the 
regional site, provided the student has not wrestled in 
January. Penalty: If a student wrestles after January 1 
without certifying, the signed scorebook will serve to 
certify the student but to one weight class up from the 
class in which the student wrestled in that meet. In 
addition to this, the match in that meet will result in a 
forfeit. Once a student is certified that student may 
wrestle only in that class and the one above. However, 
the student may be recertified up at any time but never 
down. Certification must be made in triplicate with one 
copy being sent to the district manager immediately, top 
copy, and the carbons to go to the visiting coach and the 
home coach. 

Any wrestler representing a member school at any level 
shall weigh in for all meets and certify. 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1982 



PAGE SEVEN 



SWIMMING 

1 . Organized practice shall not begin prior to November 1 . 

2. The first meet shall not take place prior to November 15. 

3. The season shall consist of a maximum of 15 meets. 

4. The season ends upon elimination of teams from the 
Regional or State Meet. 

5. There shall be no more than tvs^o (2) practice meets at the 
varsity level prior to November 15. 

GYMNASTICS 

1 . Organized practice shall not begin prior to November 1 . 

2. The first meet shall not take place prior to November 15. 

3. The season shall consist of a minimum of two (2) meets 
and a maximum of fifteen (15) meets. 

4. The season ends upon elimination of teams from the 
Regional or State Meet. 

5. There shall be no more than two (2) practice meets at the 
varsity level prior to November 15. 



1981-82 TRACK OFFICIALS 



(If only one telephone number is listed, it is the home 



number for the official unless otherwise designated. If two 
numbers are listed, the first Is the home phone.) 



BRIGAND!, Bro. Borgia, 1609 Poplar Level Road, 

Louisville 40217 - 502/454-5631 
CRIST, Randall W., 103 Jennifer Dr., Lawrenceburg 40342 

502/839-6417,839-6173 
DUNAWAY, Bonnie, Box 236, Apt. 7, Shepherdsville 40165 
GILDERS, Fletcher A., RR #2 Box 283A, Athens, OH 45701 

614/592-2673, 574-5031 
HARDIN, W. Gil, 424 E. Terrace Hts., Jeffersonville, IN. 

47130, 812/288-7084, 283-0381 
HENSLEY, Larry G., P.O. Box 184, Stone 41567. 606/353- 

9819, 353-7241 
JUDY, Joe Lee, 117 Battle Grove Ave.. Cynthiana 41031, 

606/234-1650. 234-4382 
JUDY, Lee Alan, 117 Battle Grove Ave., Cynthiana 41031, 

606/257-1456, 234-1650 
MANN, Ralph. 4077 Forsythe Dr., Lexington 40503, 

606/223-2839. 257-3645 
MERCKER, George E., 1017 Ky. Home Life, Louisville 

40202, 502/451-8399, 585-4251 
ROZEL, Richard M., 2517 Meadow Road, Louisville 40205. 

502/452-6838 
RUTER, Charles M., 9801 Hillock Dr., Fern Creek 40291, 

502/239-5258 



VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL — SEMI-FINALIST 
1982 STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 



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(Left to Right) Front Row: Coach Collie, C. Degro, R. Dunn, J. Cooper, K. Nix, D. Williams, G. Sublet!, Coach 
Copass. Second Row: J. Lawson, R. Richardson, K. Dinkins, J. Duffy, G. Fuqua, J. Pence, E. Lee, J. Wilson, 
Cheerleaders: L. March, L. Hand, V. Noel, J. Kravltz, A. Gilbert, V. Harper, C. Devore, G. Wilbert. 





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THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1982 



no 


player 


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Valentine 


51 


Barker 


50 


Burrow 


14 


Watts 


15 


Allen 


21 


Spilman 


22 


Byrd 


23 


Schwan 


35 


Holley 


24 


Gray 


11 


Bevars 


13 


Yates 



NORTH HARDIN — RON BEVARS 
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LEXINGTON BRYAN STATION — BOB BARLOW 



Team Rebounds — 2 
TMin Total 160 21 47 14 26 41 11 12 56 



mln Ig Iga It Ita rab 



13 Southworth 26'A 



11 


Routt 


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30 


Taylor 


22% 


15 


Sykes 


12 


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Coles 


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22 


Keys 


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14 


Stevens 





10 


Lewis 





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Team Total 



Tea 
160 



Team Rebounds - 
160 23 61 



GAME 2, SESSION 2 
WARREN CENTRAL — CURTIS TURLEY 



FORT THOMAS HIGHLANDS — KEN SHIELDS 



player 


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Eversoll 


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5 17 


Towe 


32 


6 11 


Matlock 


32 


8 8 


Rich 


31 


2 3 


Choat 


24 


3 4 


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Watkins 








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Butts 


6 





Miller 


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1 


Ford 










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Rebounds 


Taam Total 


160 


24 46 



no 


player 


33 


Schlarman 


55 


Kremer 


50 


Moore 


44 


Simons 


11 


Terry 


4U 


Maile 


20 


Lanktieit 


22 


Gibson 


52 


Koe tiling 


10 


Gadd 


30 


Dougtierly 


12 


Shields 



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Team Rebounds — 6 
Taam Total 160 24 66 7 



GAME 3, SESSION 2 
SHELBY COUNTY — TOM CREAMER 



VALLEY — FRED COPASS 



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Jones 


26 


4 7 





40 


George 


32 


5 11 


1 


54 


Stoner 


32 


10 18 


2 


14 


Sullivan 


26 


4 9 





52 


White 


24 


7 





50 


Chambers 


20 


1 6 


2 


34 


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10 


Johnson 











30 


Wiley 











24 


Cardwell 











42 


Page 











22 


Beach 















Team Rebounds 


— 1 




Team Total 


160 


24 SO 


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player 


10 


Lawson 


24 


Dinkins 


30 


Duffy 


3 


Sublitt 


12 


Wilson 


15 


Pence 


13 


Williams 


20 


Cooper 


23 


Richardson 


4 


Nix 


25 


Lee 


14 


Dunn 



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Team Rebounds — 2 
Team Total 160 23 46 10 16 25 



GAME 4. SESSION 2 
PADUCAH TILGHMAN — BERNEY MILLER 
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player 


25 


Teague 


22 


Cooper 


32 


Norris 


10 


Arterburn. G 


20 


Shumpert 


5 


Thomas 


42 


Miller 


35 


Anerburn, S. 


33 


Deshler 


30 


Overstreet 


44 


Hodge 


12 


Gary 



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player 


40 


Bass 


44 


McNary 


52 


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20 


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10 


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24 


Durham 


14 


Wells 


50 


Nichols 


32 


Jones, T 


22 


Jones, P 


30 


Daniels 


54 


Rogers 



MADISONVILLE — DON PARSON 
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Team Rebounds — 2 
Team Total 180 24 52 14 24 24 



31 12 25 



Team Rebounds — 6 
Team Total 160 32 62 18 28 40 



GAME 5, SESSION 3 
OWENSBORO — RANDY EMBRY 



BOYD COUNTY — EUGENE "JEEP" CLARK 



player 


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14 


3 


McFarland 


24 2 


5 





Johnson 


31 7 


10 





Taylor 


30 


5 


6 


White 


24 3 


9 


2 


Miller 


17 


1 


4 


Webb 


3 





3 


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Little 











Higgs 











Loucks, E. 













Team Rebounds 


-0 


Team Total 


160 21 


44 


18 



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player 


41 


Van Hoose 


11 


Stai 


55 


Wells 


S3 


Walter 


33 


Sisler 


15 


Arnett 


21 


Grilfith, A. 


43 


Nipp 


26 


Taylor 


51 


Griffith, S, 


35 


Litteral 


13 


Clarke 




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mln fg fga ft fta rab 



Team Rebounds — 5 

160 20 45 18 22 39 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1982 



PAGE ELEVEN 



GAME 6, SESSION 3 
JEFFERSONTOWN — BUTCH BOZARTH 



LAUREL COUNTY — CHUCK BROUGHTON 



player 


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25 


4 8 


1 


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30 


10 15 


2 


ZJegler 


17 


3 5 


2 


Dow 


23 


2 9 





Whitlow 


23 


5 8 





Curry 


26 


2 7 


3 


Jaggers 


7 


2 


2 


Pedigo 


1 


1 1 





Harris 


5 


2 3 





Kosek 


1 








Cooper 


1 








Eisert 


1 


1 2 


2 




Team 


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Tt»m Total 


160 


30 60 


12 



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33 


Andrews 


21 


Bruner 


14 


Maxey 


2b 


Bowling. N 


31 


Andrews 


51 


Bowling. R 


34 


Rose 


41 


Hatcher 


10 


Jackson 


12 


Fischer 


55 


Hale 



Team Rebounds — l 
TaamToUl 160 21 44 33 48 24 11 13 75 



GAME 7, SESSION 4 
VIRGIE - BOBBY OSBORNE 



player i 

Osborne, G 

Marcum 

May 

Newsome 

Napier 

Casebolt 

Osborne. Bret 

Osborne, Bart 

Damron 

Thomas 

Tackett 

Roberts 

Team Total 



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no 


player 


14 


Cole 


22 


Napier. M 


54 


Hoskins 


10 


Napier, L 


24 


Patrick 


52 


Baker 


12 


Dixon 


20 


Campbell 


40 


Noble 


30 


demons 


32 


Smith 


34 


Whitakei 



M C. NAPIER — DENNY FUGATE 



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Team Rebounds — 
Team Total 160 20 44 9 1S 12 



GAME 8, SESSION 4 
MASON COUNTY — ALLEN FELDHAUS 



MIDDLESBORO - LARRY DAVIS 



mln Ig Iga ft fta rab 



31 10 15 14 17 



player 

Liles 

Breeze 

Feldhaus 

Middleton 

Beiland 31 2 4 2 2 

Walker 1 

Frame 10 

Anthony 

Rannes 

Littleton 1 

Jackson 1 

Pitakes 1 

Team Rebounds — 

Taam Total 160 24 46 23 34 25 



player 


mln fg Iga 


Lester 


31 4 16 


Miracle 


31 5 12 


Epperson 


31 9 12 


Kyle 


22 6 12 


Williams 


20 1 


Mills 


20 3 S 


Green 


1 


Lesley 


1 


Blake 


1 .- 


Brown 


1 'J 


Reams 


V. 


Hensley 


1 i 1 




Team Rebounds 


Team Total 


160 28 58 



GAME 9, SESSION 5 
NORTH HARDIN — RON BEVARS 



WARREN CENTRAL - CURTIS rilRLEY 



no 


player 


mln 


20 


Valentine 


30 


51 


Barker 


30 


50 


Burrow 


24 


14 


Watts 


31 


5 


Allen 


20 


21 


Spilman 


8 


22 


Byrd 


12 


23 


Schwan 




35 


Holley 




52 


Williams 




11 


Bevars 




13 


Yates 





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Team Rebounds — 1 
Team Total 160 26 47 13 20 36 



no 


player 


31 


Eversoll 


21 


Towe 


53 


Matlock 


11 


Rich 


23 


Choat 


41 


Novotny 


2b 


Trent 


55 


Watkins 


51 


Allender 


33 


Butts 


13 


Miller 


15 


Ford 



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Team Rebounds — 
Taam Total 160 19 49 9 



1 17 47 



GAME 10, SESSION 5 
VALLEY — FRED COPASS 



player 

Lawson 

Dinkins 

Dufty 

Sublitt 

Wilson 

Pence 

Williams 

Cooper 

Richardson 

Nix 

Lee 

Dunn 



mln fg fga 



Team Rebounds - 



no 


player 


40 


Bass 


44 


McNary 


52 


Curry 


20 


Sharp 


10 


Price 


24 


Durham 


14 


Wells 


50 


Nichols 


32 


Jones 


34 


Hayes 


42 


Johnson 


12 


West 



MADISONViLLE - DON PARSON 



mln fg fga ft fta rab 



Team Rebounds — 2 
Taam Total 160 ,17 48 15 21 31 



PAGE TWELVE 



THE KENTUCKY HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE FOR MAY, 1982 



GAME 11, SESSION 6 
OWENSBORO — RANDY EMBRY 



LAUREL COUNTY — CHUCK BROUGHTON 



player 


min 


(g 


(ga 


Loucks. B. 


31 


7 


17 


McFarland 


27 


3 


9 


Johnson 


28 


5 


10 


Taylor 


31 


3 


12 


White 


16 


6 


9 


Miller 


16 


4 


6 


Webb 


7 





1 


Sutherland 


4 


1 


2 


Buck 











Little 











Lewis 











Loucks, E, 













Team Rebounds 


T«am Total 


160 


29 


68 



player 

Karr 

Andrews. P. 
Bruner 
Maxey 
Bowling, N 
Andrews. C. 
Bowling. R. 
Rose 
Hatcher 
Jackson 
Fischer 
Hale 



min fg fga ft fta r«b 



Team Rebounds — 2 



16 19 29 



Team Total 160 27 50 29 42 31 



MASON COUNTY — ALLEN FELDHAUS 



playar 

Osborne, G. 

Marcum 

May 

Newsome 

Napier 

Casebolt 

Osborne, Bret 

Osborne, Bart 

Damron 

Thomas 

Tackett 

Roberts 

Team Total 



min fg Iga ft fta reb 



32 13 18 



no 


player 


21 


Liles 


35 


Breeze 


12 


Feidhaus 


33 


Middleton 


10 


Beiland 


24 


Walker 


13 


Frame 


44 


Anthony 


64 


Rannes 


15 


Littleton 


4 


Jackson 


5 


Pitakes 



min fg Iga ft fta rab 



20 26 39 



6 19 66 



Team Rebounds — 5 
Taam Total 160 25 51 13 24 22 



GAME 13, SESSION 7 
NORTH HARDIN — RON BEVARS 



VALLEY — FRED COPASS 



no 


player 


min fg fga 


2U 


Valentine 


32 4 9 


51 


Barker 


26 2 12 


50 


Burrow 


30 7 12 


14 


Watts 


32 3 7 


15 


Allen 


32 4 6 


21 


Spilman 


2 


22 


Byrd 


6 


23 


Schwan 





35 


Holley 





52 


Stanley 





24 


Gray 





13 


Yates 


GOO 
Team Rebounds 




Team Total 


160 20 46 



no 


player 


10 


Lawson 


24 


Dinkins 


30 


Duffy 


3 


Sublitt 


12 


Wilson 


15 


Pence 


13 


Williams 


20 


Cooper 


23 


Richardson 


4 


Nix 


25 


Lee 


14 


Dunn 




Team Total 



min fg Iga ft fta reb 



Team Rebounds — 

160 22 55 10 15 24 



GAME 14, SESSION 7 
LAUREL COUNTY — CHUCK BROUGHTON 



VIRGIE — BOBBY OSBORNE 



player 

Karr 

Andrews, P 
Bruner 
Maxey 
Bowling, N 
Andrews, C 
Bowling, R 
Rose 
Hatcher 
Jackson 
Fischer 
Hale 



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Team Rebounds — 2 



Osborni 

Marcum 

Todd 

Newsome, T 

Napier 

Casebolt 

Osborne. Bret 

Osborne, Bart 

Damron 

Thomas 

Tackett 

Roberts 



min fg fga ft fta reb 



Team Total 160 24 55 13 16 23 



Team Rebounds — 
Team Total 160 26 46 8 10 33 



GAME 15, SESSIONS 
NORTH HARDIN — RON BEVARS 



LAUREL COUNTY — CHUCK BROUGHTON 



player 


min fg fga 


Valentine 


31 7 18 


Barker 


32 1 4 


Burrow 


31 6 13 


Watts 


32 4 8 


Allen 


32 2 4 


Spilman 


1 


Byrd 


1 


Schwan 





Holley 





Williams 





Gray 





Bevars 







Team Rebounds 


Team Total 


160 20 47 



no 


player 


min fg fga 


32 


Karr 


32 7 15 


33 


Andrews, P 


30 9 18 


21 


Bruner 


27 1 4 


14 


Maxey 


32 3 9 


25 


Bowling, N 


31 1 2 


31 


Andrews. C 


7 1 


51 


Bowling, R. 





34 


Rose 





41 


Hatcher 


1 


10 


Jackson 





12 


Fischer 





55 


Hale 



Team Rebounds 




Team ToUl 


160 21 49 



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